RFID Library

RFID Library

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October 16, 2005

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  • www.slcpl.lib.ut.us   The City Library | About Rfid

    Friends of the Library; An organization dedicated to the continued well-being and enrichment of the The Salt Lake City Public Library System. The Library Store

    http://www.slcpl.lib.ut.us/rfid

  • publiclibrariesonline.org   Does RFID Make Sense for Your Library? » Public Libraries ...

    But the real question is does RFID make sense for your library? Anti-Theft: Would using RFID be a successful theft deterrent for your library?

    http://publiclibrariesonline.org/2013/09/does-rfid-make-sense-for-your-library/

  • rfidandthelibrary.blogspot.com   RFID and the Library

    Choosing whether or not RFID is right for your library takes some careful consideration. In an article I read from LibraryJournal.com Laura Smart advises that before ...

    http://rfidandthelibrary.blogspot.com/

  • www.nedaplibrary.com   Nedap Library Solutions - Home

    Nedap's RFID library solutions make libraries innovative and efficient. Be the library of the future.

    http://www.nedaplibrary.com/

  • www.mymcpl.org   Changes are Coming! - Mid-Continent Public Library

    Changes are Coming! This summer Mid-Continent Public Library will begin placing RFID tags into all of our circulating collection of books, movies, and music.

    http://www.mymcpl.org/about-us/rfid

  • connectinglibrarian.com   RFID – Why and how you should make it happen in your library

    Interested in location technology using RFID in the actual library buildings. Need to have the platform in place to take advantage of the developing technologies.

    http://connectinglibrarian.com/2011/03/31/rfid-why-and-how-you-should-make-it-happen-in-your-library/

  • www.rfid-blog.com   library | RFID-BLOG

    RFID in Library . In March, 2012, the National Information Standards Organization adopted RFID in US Libraries, establishing ISO 28560-2 as the recommended …

    http://www.rfid-blog.com/?tag=library

  • www.galecia.com   RFID in Libraries: A Step Toward Interoperability | The ...

    From the Introduction: It’s an interesting time to be writing an issue devoted to RFID. So much has changed for libraries in the last decade.

    http://www.galecia.com/presentations/2012/rfid-libraries-step-toward-interoperability

  • www.rfidgazette.org   RFID Gazette: Libraries

    Royal Philips Electronics has developed a new RFID chip, the chip useful for the library industry, which gives priority on data security and assets tracking.

    http://www.rfidgazette.org/libraries/

  • eprints.rclis.org   Application of RFID Technology in Libraries and Role of ...

    Application in RFID Library Management System 1. Book Drops: The Book Drops can be located anywhere, within or outside the library. Possible remote locations outside ...

    http://eprints.rclis.org/15253/3/RFID.pdf

  • www.kckansan.com   KCK Public Library in process of implementing new RFID technology

    KANSAS CITY, Kan. – Kansas City, Kansas Public library is in the process of implementing RFID technology at all library locations. The Main Library, Mobile Library, South Branch Library, Turner Community Library, and Mr. & Mrs. F.L. Schlagle Library …

    Kansas City Kansan   •   2 years ago

    http://www.kckansan.com/2015/08/kck-public-library-in-process-of.html

  • www.thenewstribune.com   Tacoma libraries to close for two weeks for tech upgrade

    Information technology staff will install nearly 100 work stations that will read the tags, called radio frequency identification tags, or RFID. When the library’s eight locations reopen Sept. 1, customers will be able to …

    Tacoma News Tribune   •   2 years ago

    http://www.thenewstribune.com/news/local/politics-government/article28920274.html

  • www.deccanherald.com   Librarians root for digitisation

    The IIT Delhi library now has Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) system in place. “Now students can come in anytime and issue books they require. It works just like an ATM machine and your Metro smart card. So now, the library does not shut down at ...

    Deccan Herald   •   2 years ago

    http://www.deccanherald.com/content/493326/librarians-root-digitisation.html

  • americanlibrariesmagazine.org   RFID to the Rescue

    Radio-frequency identification (RFID) is streamlining library processes. Among RFID’s advantages, the wireless technology allows libraries to automate and expedite checkout and returns. The new Smart Bin from FE Technologies uses RFID technology to …

    American Libraries   •   2 years ago

    http://americanlibrariesmagazine.org/2015/05/21/rfid-to-the-rescue/

  • www.rfidjournal.com   Tag Encryption for Libraries

    LAT's offering requires its FREE software to be loaded on to the Microsoft Window PC controlling a library’s RFID network. Working with system that reads and writes to RFID tags, the FREE system generates a "signature" data packet using an internally ...

    RFID Journal   •   13 years ago

    http://www.rfidjournal.com/articles/view?1027

  • www.eweek.com   No RFID for Library Books

    Our industry's love of productivity-improving and cost-lowering advances—and RFID tags are unquestionably both—is outstripping the ability of individuals to remain private while conducting normal public business, Cameron Sturdevant writes. The chief ...

    eWeek   •   13 years ago

    http://www.eweek.com/c/a/Mobile-and-Wireless/No-RFID-for-Library-Books

  • cjonline.com   Topeka library talks RFID update

    The overhaul will require marking each of the library’s some 450,000 books, DVDs and other materials with RFID tags, installing new self-check equipment and security gates and switching its check-in system from barcode readers to RFID machines.

    Aly Van Dyke   •   Capital-Journal Online   •   4 years ago

    http://cjonline.com/news/2013-10-17/topeka-library-talks-rfid-update

  • news.thomasnet.com   DAILY RFID Unveiled a Low-Cost Library Tag for RFID Library System

    To improve customer service and speed up the checkout process, more and more libraries are beginning to build a RFID Library System and manage inventory by inserting RFID chips on all of their books. DAILY RFID has developed a new HF smart label for ...

    Thomasnet News   •   8 years ago

    http://news.thomasnet.com/fullstory/RFID-Tag-is-suited-for-identifying-tracking-library-books-556136

  • www.theguardian.com   Shelf life

    Using RFID tags to track library books could increase security and ease laborious stocktakes. Ken Young reports Imagine a library system that knows where every book is and allows visitors to return and issue books automatically. That dream is slowly ...

    theguardian.com   •   13 years ago

    http://www.theguardian.com/technology/2004/nov/11/onlinesupplement.insideit

  • onthewight.com   RFID (Self-Service) Libraries: An Expert’s View Of What’s Involved

    We’re really lucky to have been contacted by someone who really knows his onions on self-service (RFID) libraries. Mick Fortune’s involvement with automating libraries is extensive (detailed below in his Bio), being involved with the RFID standard that ...

    onthewight.com   •   6 years ago

    http://onthewight.com/2011/02/15/rfid-self-service-libraries-an-experts-view-of-whats-involved/

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