Italy's Gucci Museum Uses Security System Developed by Bulgarian Firm

Business | July 27, 2012, Friday // 09:49|  views

A handout picture provided by Gucci on 28 September 2011 shows an interior view of the new Gucci Museum in Florence, Italy, 26 September 2011.

A Bulgarian company has developed the security system at the Gucci Museum in Florence.

The system is based on the RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) technology, which uses radio waves to automatically identify goods, documents, transport vehicles, people, etc.

The system was developed by RFID Bulgaria on the request of MOD security, Italy's biggest company in Italy for shop security systems.

RFID is deployed in various industries, including transport, logistics, manufacturing, commerce, medicine, livestock breeding, inventorisations, archive management in libraries, goods management in commercial sites, managing museum exhibits, etc.

RFID has been deployed by global firms like Walmart, Metro, Nestle, IKEA, Kraft Foods etc.

The technology also belongs to the strategic development plans of IT giants like IBM, HP, Microsoft, SAP and Oracle.

The Gucci museum in Florence opened doors in September 2011 to mark the 90th anniversary of the high-end fashion brand.

The museum is located in a 14th-century palace in central Florence and spans an area of 1715 square meters.

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