Library Management

We Manage Your Library

The use of RFID reduces the amount of time required to perform circulation operations. The most significant time savings are attributable to the facts that information can be read from RFID tags much faster than from barcodes and that several items in a stack can be read at the same time. While initially unreliable, the anti-c ollision algorithm that allows an entire stack to be charged or discharged now appears to be working well. The other time savings realized by circulation staff are modest unless the RFID tags replace both the EM security strips or RF tags of older theft detection systems and the barcodes of the automated library system—i.e., the system is a comprehensive RFID system that combines RFID security and the tracking of materials throughout the library; or it is a hybrid system that uses EM for security and RFID for tracking, but handles both simultaneously with a single piece of equipment.

Our Objectives

  • Create, develop and put in an action plan for creating, setup, management and control of e-library management system including document control, auditing and compliance
  • Review the security requirements and put together controls for managing confidential and private materials
  • Provide an understanding of how good filing systems are developed
  • Introduce records management, document control and management practices and standards

We Deliver Smooth Running of Your Library

High reliability

The readers are highly reliable. Several vendors of RFID library systems claim an almost 100 percent detection rate using RFID tags.

Long tag life

Finally, RFID tags last longer than barcodes because nothing comes into contact with them. Most RFID vendors claim a minimum of 100,000 transactions before a tag may need to be replaced.

High-speed inventorying

A unique advantage of RFID systems is their ability to scan books on the shelves without tipping them out or removing them.

Automated materials handling

Another application of RFID technology is automated materials handling. This includes conveyor and sorting systems that can move library materials and sort them by category into separate bins or onto separate carts.

Server/Docking Station

The server is the heart of some comprehensive RFID systems. It is the communications gateway among the various components.


Each paper-thin tag contains an etched antenna and a microchip with a capacity of at least 64 bits. There are three types: "read only", "WORM," and "read/write."

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