A comprehensive RFID (radio frequency identification) system usually contains three parts: RFID tag, reader and a server.
The unique information programmed on the microchip in RFID tag affixed into the library items can be read through radio frequency technology (also called reader) at a certain distance and then sent to the server. Meanwhile, the server communicates with the library management system once the RFID system has been interfaced with it.
It has been widely applied into the library functionalities like self service, inventory management, theft detection, maintain the privacy of library users, etc.
Features & Benefits
easy to install & maintain
increase circulation rates
reduce cost of time and finance
reinforce overall security levels in your collection
enhance patron satisfaction by speed up borrowing and return procedures
cloud reporting enable you to access your statistics from anywhere
make your RFID compatible with existing library management system