Sydney-based GemBox has launched its GemBox PJM RFID technology at the September Hong Kong Fair. The system allows pearl wholesalers to make a full stock of their inventories in minutes, company executive Jason Ree told Show Daily.
“This year, following the successful launch of our Diamond Tracking RFID technology, we are showing members of the pearl trade how this technology could help them save hours in stocktaking, not to mention prevent loss ten-fold,” Ree said.
With PJM RFID, it is possible to perform a full-inventory count of thousands of pearl strands in a fraction of the time a regular barcoding system takes. In fact, it is a thousand times faster than barcode scanning, he said.
With RFID tags, each item’s full data is transmitted at the same time, easily allowing users and their clients to enter goods into stock, saving hundreds of hours of data entry each year.
“GemBox PJM RFID technology is the only 100 percent reliable RFID platform,” Ree said. “With its revolutionary three-dimensional scanning technology, the whole process is simple and easy to use.”
The RFID tags can be reused up to 10,000 times each, eliminating the need for ongoing equipment purchasing when the system is in use, said Ree.
GemBox RFID also allows gemstone suppliers to make a full stock of their diamond and gem inventories in minutes.
For a full demonstration, check out GemBox’s stand in Hall 11, Stand U31.
Natasha Ree introduces GemBox’s PJM RFID technology at September Hong Kong Fair