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RFID technology that brings a new lease to the jewelery sector and provides many convenience to both manufacturers and store owners.

RFID in the Jewelry Industry

RFID technology, which brings a new lease to the jewelry sector and provides many convenience to both the producers and the shopkeepers, provides different solutions to the issues such as counting, security, counterfeiting and service speed in this sector.

Here are a few examples of possible applications;

When the display platforms are placed on the reader together with the products on it, all the products on the plastic can be read at the same time, so the counting becomes very easy.

When the customer wants to know the price of a product in the showcase, under normal circumstances this product is taken from the showcase, weighed, the price is calculated and told to the customer. In RFID technology, since all information about the product is already registered on the RFID label on the product, the dealer can reach a reader’s label on the product’s label and access all the information about the product and transfer it to the customer in a short time.

How It Work?

This also eliminates the safety issues by removing more than one product on the bench.

It is also possible for the employees working in the shop to make account mistakes during the sale or to provide full service to the customer. When desired, the product can be stored on the product labels, the date of production of the product, the masters who worked on the product, the date of the shop entrance, the number of times displayed to the customer and can be checked for the return of the right product when any product is given for sale to a neighboring shop.

With the antennas to be placed in the shop entrances and exits, it is prevented that a product is not taken out of the store without the knowledge of the shopkeeper.

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