FIRST TO BRING CONNECTED BOTTLE WITH HIGH-SECURITY
NFC TECHNOLOGY TO SPIRITS MARKET FOR STRONG
AUTHENTICATION, OPENING DETECTION AND CONSUMER
Download the app, scan the tag ,
and get access to strong
authentication and marketing services
We give every object a digital identity to connect them to the Internet of Things.
This identity enables us to offer brands authentication, grey market detection and consumer engagement services through the integration of an NFC tag in your products.
Selinko is the only “One-stop shop” to connect, trace and secure your products. We connect your product to the Internet of Things by offering security, respecting privacy and allowing interoperability.
Thanks to a mobile app, a simple scan of the tag with an NFC-enabled smartphone or an industrial reader gives you access to our services.
Your consumers are your best brand protection managers. Authentication and Marketing are inseparable.
Selinko offers different levels of tag security adapted to product lifetime, as well as unique digital opening detection solutions.
Selinko is the only “One-stop shop” offering multi-security authentication solutions involving your consumers to combat counterfeiting efficiently, detect grey markets and increase consumer experience.
The internet of things is the 4th industrial revolution
objects will be connected in 2020
Value of the Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) tag market in 2020. Today the market is worth $12.7 billion.
At a time when geolocalisation and proximity marketing are the rage, luxury brands are among the first to look into item-level NFC authentication …Belgium startup Selinko is fitting in the picture by providing its NFC-labelling expertise and database management services.
An NFC-based solution to the growing threat of counterfeit wine sold worldwide has been launched by embedded mobile security firmInside Secure and object identification specialist Selinko.
INSIDE Secure and SELINKO revolutionize wine and spirits anti-counterfeiting and anti-refilling with digital protection
When I stopped by tiny Château Le Pin in April 2013 to sample the 2012 vintage from the barrel, owner Jacques Thienpont was showing off their new NFC security tag, developed by Belgian company Selinko.
Patrick Eischen cites his personal experience with wine fraud as the motivation behind his firm, Selinko, which uses chip technology to help prevent old bottles from being reused.
By adopting the Selinko solution he brings to the Delage brand the best protection against counterfeiting, a problem facing all luxury brands nowadays.