Bluechiip Ltd's (ASX:BCT) technology wirelessly tracks the identification and temperature of valuable samples such as tissue, blood, serum and plasma which are stored in vials and bags in harsh environments like liquid nitrogen. This technology is highly differentiated, a world first with protected IP and a rapidly growing >$200m market with very large adjacent markets.

Bluechiip's technology improves productivity, reduces human error and ensures sample integrity in industries such as the US$2B bio-preservation market.

Bluechiip's miniature chips - smaller than the size of a matchhead - are attached to storage bags and vials, and information from these chips is read by a mechanical reader. Current sample-tracking technology - largely barcodes, radio-frequency identification (RFID) technology and written labels - is simply not keeping up with the increasing value of biosamples. Bluechiip's chips are currently being built into a range of vials by a US company, Labcon North America, one of the world's biggest consumables manufacturers. Bluechiip is in discussion with several other manufacturers to incorporate its technology into their products. Bluechiip's strong IP portfolio across nine patent families, includes 25 granted patents.

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About Bluechiip Ltd

Bluechiip Ltd (ASX:BCT) has developed a wireless tracking solution for the healthcare and life science, security, defence and manufacturing industries which represents a generational change from current methods such as labels (hand-written and pre-printed), barcodes (linear and 2D) and microelectronic integrated circuit (IC)-based RFID (Radio Frequency Identification).

The unique tag is based on MEMS technology and contains no electronics. The tag can either be embedded or manufactured into a storage product, such as vials or bags. Easy identification, along with any associated information from the tag such as temperature can be detected by a reader, which can also sense the temperature of the tagged items. The traditional identification technologies have significant limitations. Whereas a barcode requires a visible tag or line-of-sight optical scan, bluechiip(R) technology does not. Unlike labels, barcodes and RFID, the bluechiip(R) technology can sense the temperature of each item a tag is attached to, or embedded in.

The bluechiip(R) technology has initial applications in the healthcare industry particularly those businesses which require cryogenic storage facilities (biobanks and biorepositories). bluechiip(R) offers the only technology that enables accurate and reliable tracking of products including stem cells, cord blood, and other biospecimens. In addition to functioning in extreme temperatures, the bluechiip(R) tracking solution can survive autoclaving, gamma irradiation sterilization, humidification, centrifuging, cryogenic storage and frosting.

The bluechiip(R) technology has other healthcare applications in pathology, clinical trials and forensics. Several other key markets outside of healthcare include cold-chain logistics/supply chain, security/defence, industrial/manufacturing and aerospace/aviation.

Further information is available at http://www.bluechiip.com

    

Contact

Andrew McLellan
Managing Director / CEO
Bluechiip Limited
Ph: +61-457-823-470
Email: andrew.mclellan@bluechiip.com

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Ph: +61-3-9915-6341
Oxygen Financial PR
Email: richard@oxygenpr.com.au



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