Gemini Offers Custom Designed RFID Products
Gemini Communication Ltd has launched the ‘TRAZE’ range of RFID products based on Texas Instrument’s (TI) RFID platform.
The company has a 30-member specialized technical team to develop and design TRAZE RFID products. It offers indigenous, custom designed RFID products and solutions that include EMI / Metal resistant laptop tags, package tags to withstand over 1200′c temperature, smart table, shelf, trolley antennas.
It is used for retail applications, library management solutions, automatic guided vehicle and road loop antennas for vehicle tracking supporting read distances of 2.5m at 100 km/hr.
Some of the niche applications developed include conveyor belt antennas that detect objects moving at high speed with 100% read accuracy, ‘walk-thru’ antennas that support distances of 2m, jewellery tagging and PCB tagging.
Gemini also offers four levels of asset management solutions - asset control, auditing, tracking and asset visibility.
Commenting on this development, Ram Kumar, CEO, Gemini Communication, said, “We are India’s first RFID product manufacturer with focus on readers, antennas and tag packaging. We will be able to bring RFID solutions at an affordable price for the Indian market to go for immediate deployment.”
Gemini’s clientele in the RFID field includes Murugappa Group, ISRO, Sundaram Clayton, L&T, TVS Electronics, Davanam Jewellers, Strides Acrolab, etc.
Gemini Communication Ltd. has been in the networking and communication space for the past ten years servicing over 1000 clients, including Bharti, BSNL, MTNL, Indian Railways, BEL, HCL, TCS, L&T.
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