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RFID and libraries

Diane Marie Ward

RFID and libraries

a how-to-do-it manual and companion DVD

by Diane Marie Ward

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Published by Neal-Schuman Publishers in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Libraries -- Inventory control,
  • Radio frequency identification systems

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementDiane Marie Ward.
    SeriesHow-to-do-it manuals -- no 157
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsZ699.75 .W37 2007
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17853787M
    ISBN 109781555706029
    LC Control Number2007007651


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RFID and libraries by Diane Marie Ward Download PDF EPUB FB2

Provides recommendations for implementing RFID in U.S. libraries in a manner that will promote interoperability. It includes a recommended Data Model and discussions of security, tag migration, the book supply chain, privacy, and vandalism.

It serves as a U.S. profile to the three-part international standard ISORFID in : Ala Library. RFID for Libraries: A practical guide examines what RFID technology is and how it works.

The book reviews the development of computer technology and its effects on library operations over the last couple of decades. Further examination features the applications of RFID technology in libraries.

An RFID tag typically comprises a micro-chip and an antenna. The whole device (including the chip) is packaged as a paper-thin adhesive label which may come in a variety of shapes and sizes appropriate to the labelling of books, videos, DVDs and CDs etc.

This RFID tag can be applied to library resources in variousFile Size: KB. In an RFID System there are 3 basic things viz. A Tag, A Reader & middleware/software A Tag is the one that is going to be attached to the library books.

Attach means peel of the adhesive label based tag and stick it on the book. RFID use can be a controversial topic when libraries choose to convert their collections to be able to take advantage of the technology.

There is little doubt that RFID will become more ubiquitous in the future, however, a library should weigh the advantages and disadvantages.

RFID labels labels for books and media Libraries can enhance their productivity, by identifying, registering, securing and searching all their items with our special designed RFID-labels that are equipped with the NXP Sli-X chip (ISO ).Phone: () The RFID label is programmed with identification and security information and then applied to books or library materials.

RFID labels can be read remotely to identify items or to detect the security status. Moreover, RFID readers are able to read multiple RFID labels at the same time and through a cover or through desks (at staff stations).Phone: () Book Shower is a books sterilization machine for school or library.

It kills germs and cleans books of dust and minute scraps through a filter during the sterilization process. It takes only 30 seconds to sterilize 3 books. Book Shower greatly increases cleaning efficiency for schools and libraries.

Sterilization rate is %. A typical RFID library management system consists of RFID tags, a label conversion station, a self-service machine, a cart inventory, a RFID security door and a hours Outdoor Book Drop.

RFID library tags – the core of the system. That dream is slowly becoming a reality as libraries adopt the use of tiny Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) tags for tracking books and.

ID Tech offers RFID based Library Management System (LMS) which facilitates the fast issuing, reissuing and returning of books with the help of RFID enabled modules. It directly provides the book information and library member information to the library management system without any need of manual typing.

RFID has created the looking out of books a simple task. A portable scanner is given RFID system to scan the books and do the inventory sign in the entire library.

One gets to know which book is missing from the shelves. Anti-Theft Detection. RFID Gates acts associate anti-theft within the library management system.

library management system consists of books, each attached with an RFID tag, RFID reader, computer network and software. Library staff handle lending, returning, sorting, tagging etc. of books, using RFID tags in this library system.

Libraries across the United States and around the world have begun to use RFID technologies to streamline the materials handling, inventory control, and check-out, check-in process. The technology used in libraries is the same technology used in other applications of passive tag RFID.

Provides recommendations for implementing RFID in U.S. libraries in a manner that will promote interoperability. It includes a recommended Data Model and discussions of security, tag migration, the book supply chain, privacy, and vandalism.

It serves as a U.S. profile to the three-part international standard ISORFID in Libraries. March   This new guide to RFID technology includes a This new guide to RFID technology includes a comprehensive review of the available RFID systems for libraries.

Experienced author M. Paul Pandian provides a start-to-finish primer on the basics of RFID technology, how it works, and how it impacts library operations/5. Soon, the library system will expand the RFID tag applications to inventory control use and for book returns. Using an RFID wand, library workers can record what books are on its shelves just by walking down the aisles of books.

"Typically, libraries do not have time to do inventory. It is tremendously time consuming. The RFID based LMS facilitates the fast issuing, reissuing and returning of books with the help of RFID enabled modules.

It directly provides the book information and library member information to the library management system and does not need the manual typing. It also provides monitoring and searching Size: KB. Gain access to all of our premium content and receive 10% off RFID Reports and RFID Events.

Become A Premium Member. Option 2: Purchase access to this specific article. Premium Content: Libraries Adopt RFID By The Book Purchase Price: $ Purchase Article Access. UPGRADE NOW, AND YOU'LL GET IMMEDIATE ACCESS TO: Case Studies.

RFID seems to be the current standard, but then there is the also older "tattle-tape" system, which has been used in various library's before. I don't know much about it the technology. Various companies have offered packages to get started, many between the k range.

RFID Antenna Gates for University Library Book Tracking: Partner Lanius, s.r.o. : Place. Description: Tábor, Czech Republic: Supply of FlexiRay RFID antenna gates for RFID library book tracking and antitheft application.

RFID Tags for Library. Goal to achieve With RFID system, the management level of books could be improved, the working efficiency could be increased and the working strength of manager could be lowered. It achieves the function of auto-checking, auto. I am going to assume that you are talking about UHF RFID tags since with UHF RFID, you get the benefit of the longer read range (', up to about 25' in ideal conditions) as opposed to NFC, which is about 4" max (that is inches, not feet).

The. "RFID has the potential to revolutionize many aspects of library service delivery. Written by an expert in the field, this book is a very worthwhile investment for all those library professionals considering converting to RFID for their libraries, as well as those who are implementing it already."--Jacket.

The RFID library books self-service check-in/out kiosk is used for self-service operation of one or more of the books check-in/out at one time by the library readers themselves.

When books check-in/out, readers could operate on touch screen of the self-service kiosk, according to the display interface and voice prompts to complete the whole.