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Aircraft fuel made from sunlight and air

“Scientists at ETH Zurich have built a plant that can produce carbon-neutral liquid fuels from sunlight and air.” This plant can produce synthetic liquid fuels that release as much CO2 during combustion as was extracted from the air for production previously. “CO2 and water are extracted directly from ambient air and split using solar energy.” […]


5 tips to increase employee awareness of cyber security

Keeping networks secure is literally a full-time job for many within technology departments across the world.   “One of the most effective ways that small and medium-sized enterprises can prevent data violation is to increase employee cyber awareness.” Technology departments must set a security foundation by securing networks with a reliable antivirus tool and ensuring the […]


Antitrust laws have existed for more than 100 years

For more than 100 years, the premise of the antitrust laws has remained the same: “to protect the process of competition for the benefit of consumers, making sure there are strong incentives for businesses to operate efficiently, keep prices down, and keep quality up.” There are 3 core federal antitrust laws: The Sherman Act, created […]


Unique Device Identification System (UDI)

The FDA established the Unique Identification System (UDI) to identify medical devices sold in the US from the point of manufacturing and distribution all the way to patient use. The UDI final rule requires device labelers to: Include a UDI on device labels and packages, except where the rule provides for an exception or alternative. […]


Flying high: Virgin Orbit reaches space on second try

In January, “a 70-foot-long LauncherOne rocket was released from beneath the wing of a Boeing 747 carrier aircraft off the coast of Southern California, ignited moments later and soared towards space.” The intent by Virgin Orbit was to “deploy the nine CubeSats” into orbit.  These small satellites were developed and built as part of an […]


Safer cleaning options, “just look for the label”

The Safer Choice Program is a voluntary program in which companies are able to put the Safer Choice Label on their cleaning products but must invest heavily in “research and reformulation to ensure that their products meet the Safer Choice Standard.”  This is a 40+ year program hosted by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) […]


Pragmatyxs Expands Partnership with NiceLabel

  The Pragmatyxs team has deep experience in the barcode systems and product labeling. In our over 25 years in the business we have consistently maintained an emphasis on enterprise-level requirements and systems integration.  Because of this focus we are excited to be expanding our partnership with NiceLabel. NiceLabel’s next generation labeling software is specifically […]


Labeling Regulations by Industry

Managing the requirements and following the guidelines when it comes to regulatory compliance labeling can be a challenge. Especially for organizations in the chemical, medical, and food & beverage industries. It’s become a higher priority for companies with adherence to strict and evolving policies that have placed additional  demands for compliance labeling. Chemicals: Global harmonized […]


Benefits of a Standardized Labeling Solution

With manufacturing plant locations and distribution facilities operating globally, companies are seeing the benefits of developing a standardized global labeling approach. Pragmatyxs has been engaged in developing solutions for global label operations for many years. We have consulted with many organizations that have multiple plant locations in migrating from their own custom legacy labeling solutions […]


MDR/IVDR

Much like the experience we have all recently gained in the United States during the deployment of UDI for Class 3 and now Class 2 devices and soon Class 1. The goals of the European Medical Device Regulation (MDR) and In-Vitro Diagnostic Directive (IVDR) are to provide for the safety and well-being of the consumers […]