Seeking a technical solution for sample marking and identification at temperature of -86°C

  • Elaine from Haier
  • From China
  • Responsive
  • Project Size Range : 250,000 - 1,000,000 €
  • Deadline completed
    The submission process for new proposals is closed. Proposals submitted before the deadline will follow the standard evaluation process.

Desired outcome

At present, technologies such as RFID technology for rapid tag identification cannot be realized at -86°C. It is hoped to find a sample identification scheme that can quickly identify and access the environment at -86°C.


Details of the Innovation Need

I. Background:

In the samples in the medical database, the current registration and retrieval methods are manually recorded and manually accessed. Since the ambient temperature in the medical sample database is -86°C, many electronic signal device tags do not work properly. Now we are looking for a convenient labeling method that can quickly identify the sample mark in the sample library in a -86°C environment for easy access to the solution.

II. Parameters:

1. Ambient temperature -86°C

2. The sample material and marking methods are not limited

3. The sample container is low temperature resistant glass, low temperature resistant medical grade plastic, metal, etc.

Discarted solutions

  • Low temperature will reduce the accuracy of the identification scheme

Related Keywords

  • Electronics, Microelectronics
  • Environmental and Biometrics Sensors, Actuators
  • Measurement devices
  • Food Technology
  • Measurements and Standards
  • Measurement Tools
  • Acoustic Technology related to measurements
  • Electrical Technology related to measurements
  • Mechanical Technology related to measurements
  • Optical Technology related to measurements
  • Sensor Technology related to measurements
  • Electronic measurement systems
  • Medical equipment
  • Industrial Products
  • identification
  • rfid

About Haier

Founded in Qingdao, China in 1984, Haier now has become the world’s largest home appliance manufacturer, with its major product lines ranging from refrigerator, freezer, water heater, air conditioner, washing machine, kitchen appliances and many other small appliances. Currently, the Group’s major brands include Haier, Casarte, GE Appliances, Aqua, Fisher & Paykel, and Leader. Each brand has its own market position and provides outstanding user experiences for end users.

In the age when open innovation is becoming ever more present, the company is also exploring disruptive innovation in many aspects. In terms of R&D, Haier holds the principle that “The world is our R&D center” and now has established 10 R&D centers all around the world, including 3 in North America, 1 in Germany, 2 in China, 1 in South Korea, 1 in Japan, 1 in India and 1 in New Zealand. Each R&D center can be regarded as a technology integrator and all together they form into a global network to bring continuous advanced and disruptive technologies to Haier.

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Elaine Wang

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