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Jewellery Store Receives Inventory Control Patent

Feb 28, 2014 5:23 PM   By Jeff Miller
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RAPAPORT... The U.S. Patent & Trademark Office (USPTO) issued the patent number 8,659,389 on February 25 to The Jewellery Store of Dubai for a secure inventory control system that tracks high-value goods. The abstract listed Gabriel G. Nasser of Dubai as the patent's  inventor.

According to the abstract,  "Embodiments of the present invention include methods and systems for tracking and monitoring high-value goods by scanning RFID tags associated with the goods. A central monitoring service verifies both the RFID tags and the devices used to scan the tags against a database of known and trusted tags and scanning devices. Local and centralized security protocols provide improved security and data integrity."

The patent was originally filed on December 17, 2008 with the application number 12/337,188. Further information including diagrams and details can be found here.

Tags: Dubai, high-value goods, invention, inventor, Jeff Miller, Jewelry, patented technology, RFID tags, security
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