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Hear from industry experts – Kent Mansfield, President, TruTag Technologies, Inc. and Dave Schoneker, Director of Global Regulatory Affairs, Colorcon as they provide interesting insights on regulatory and manufacturing considerations when implementing on-dose verification technologies for branded solid oral dosage form drugs.

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Did you miss our webcast featuring industry experts – Kent Mansfield, President, TruTag Technologies, Inc. and Ron Guido, former Vice President, Global Brand Protection and Supply Chain Integrity, Johnson & Johnson? This webcast will address the latest advancements in on-dose verification technologies for mitigating the risks of unauthorized diversion and falsification of SODF drugs and how this technology can provide customized business intelligence at the pill level without the reliance on product packaging. To learn more, register below.

Podcasts

How On-Dose Technologies Mitigate Safety Risks and Reduce Product Diversion and Counterfeiting
By Kent Mansfield, President, TruTag Technologies and Ron Guido, former VP, Global Brand Protection & Supply Chain Integrity, J&J

In a three podcast series, listen as industry experts discuss a topic that is critical to the pharmaceutical business: how to reduce the safety and financial risks associated with product diversion and counterfeiting.

How to Implement On-Dose Authentication on Your Solid Dose Drug Products
By Kent Mansfield, President, TruTag Technologies

On-Dose Authentication is a new category of product identity solutions whereby authentication and security measures are applied directly to and integrated with the dosage form itself. Learn how on-dose authentication technologies are implemented with solid-dose manufacturing processes, as well as how product provenance information can help detect quality issues and product compromise.

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Combatting Product Diversion with the Mighty Microtag
By Peter Wong, Chief Operating Officer, TruTag Technologies

Unauthorized product diversion directly attacks your bottom line and erodes patient safety. Learn how on-dose authentication can safeguard your drug products, provide key business informatics, and improves your financials.

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By Michael O’Neill, Chief Science Officer, TruTag Technologies

TruTag Technologies and WuXi AppTec collaborated on the application of TruTag’s microtag on-dose authentication solution for SODF drugs. Discover the effectiveness of this application and the results of these studies.

TruTag Solution for Combating Counterfeit Auto Parts
By Kent Mansfield, President, TruTag Technologies

Counterfeit parts in vehicle assembly is a growing problem constituting multiple large criminal enterprises and causes sizeable financial losses to the automotive industry each year. Learn how a game changing technology using on-product authentication provides a solution to this growing problem.

Videos

TruTag Technologies’ Security Labels & Documents Solution
Today, billions of products are labeled and even though manufacturers spend over $82 billion a year on security packaging and labeling, products are still compromised. What can you do to make sure your products are protected with the highest level of security possible? Watch this video to find out.

TruTag Technologies’ Pharmaceutical Solution
Find out how you can scan a pill from any location in the world and immediately confirm its authenticity, place and date of manufacture, lot number, and other product intelligence without ever needing the product packaging.

An Overview of the TruTag Solution
TruTag Technologies has developed an advanced on-dose authentication solution to address the enormous global challenge of counterfeit, diverted and adulterated drugs and other high-volume, high-value products.

TruTag Technologies’ Model 4100
TruTag Technologies’ Model 4100 Handheld Universal Reader utilizes state-of-the-art satellite imaging technologies in a simple-to-use handheld instrument.