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Making the most of RFID in libraries

Martin Palmer

Making the most of RFID in libraries

by Martin Palmer

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Published by Facet Pub. in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Radio frequency identification systems,
  • Libraries -- Security measures,
  • Library administration

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. [143]-147) and index.

    StatementMartin Palmer.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsZ679.6 .P35 2009
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 154 p. :
    Number of Pages154
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23681841M
    ISBN 101856046346
    ISBN 109781856046343
    LC Control Number2009437626

    RFID technology is more expensive th an the traditional barcode technology (Want ). RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) is the latest technology to be used in libraries to ensure security and facilitate innovative services (Kern, ). It is an automatic radio communications technology which functions through wireless radio communication to. Making the most of RFID Profiting from the successful integration of Library Management (LMS) and RFID systems is the big issue being addressed at CILIP’s fourth RFID in Libraries conference in London on 13 November

    for Libraries RFID Technology for Libraries By Richard W. Boss RFID (Radio Frequency IDentification) is the latest technology to be used in library theft detection systems. Unlike EM (Electro-Mechanical) and RF (Radio Frequency) systems, which have been used in libraries for decades, the RFID-based systems that libraries. Book Industry Communication is the standards body for the book industry. In BIC launched the e4libraries project to encourage the use of beneficial technology in the library sector. One of the key areas for this project is RFID. RFID in Libraries conference in London on 13 N ovember 4 Section 1: About RFID 1. RFID: What is it?File Size: KB.

    library cards containing RFID-transponders which are able to electronically store information that can be read / written even without the physical contact with the help of radio medium. This paper presents the experiments conducted to set up RFID based LMS. 1. INTRODUCTION RFID technology is being implemented in a number of Size: KB. Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) is a technology for the wireless transmission of data via radio frequency. RFID technology has been used in .


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This book considers the benefits of installing RFID technology; and work with vendors. Palmer, MartinCited by: 5. Palmer’s book starts by giving an overview of RFID, including its many applications, and how it can be used in libraries to provide self-service, security and stock control all-in-one.

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Considerations for a library to invest in RFID technology. RFID in Libraries: In an effort to increase staff productivity and provide better service to users, many libraries are moving to RFID. This white paper examines the reasons some libraries are making the switch, and why others choose to.

If lots of libraries opt for RFID, then prices will come down, making it more feasible." The library's inventory includes books, manuscripts, maps, newspapers, magazines, prints and drawings.

Book review for Library Management "Making the most of RFID in libraries" by Martin Palmer Facit Publishing (London) ISBN pagesAuthor: Vicki Williamson. The chapter describes the main features of the use of the radio-frequency identification (RFID) technology in library activities.

The technical capabilities of RFID equipment for unique identification of library documents in information systems for various purposes are shown.

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Libraries of all sizes and types have implemented RFID technology since it was first adopted in RFID technology helps libraries improve customer satisfaction, create staff workflow efficiencies and become more fiscally responsible.

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This part deals with issues like privacy and what will .