RFID BASED LIBRARY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

Loading...

PPT – RFID BASED LIBRARY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM PowerPoint presentation | free to download - id: 3afefd-ZDM2Y



Loading


The Adobe Flash plugin is needed to view this content

Get the plugin now

View by Category
About This Presentation
Title:

RFID BASED LIBRARY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

Description:

RFID BASED LIBRARY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM * RapidRadio Solutions Pvt. Ltd. * * RapidRadio Solutions Pvt. Ltd. * RFID BASICS Non line of sight AIDC technology for ... – PowerPoint PPT presentation

Number of Views:3936
Avg rating:3.0/5.0
Slides: 14
Provided by: naclinOrg
Learn more at: http://naclin.org
Category:

less

Write a Comment
User Comments (0)
Transcript and Presenter's Notes

Title: RFID BASED LIBRARY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM


1
RFID BASED LIBRARY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

2
RFID BASICS
  • Non line of sight AIDC technology for
    identification of objects
  • Basic system components (tags, readers middle
    ware)
  • Tags consists of a microchip attached to an
    antenna and is placed in the object to be
    located. Various types of tagspassive, active
  • Reader communicates with the tags through radio
    waves. Staff work stations, handheld readers,
    self-charging stations, long range exit reader
    systems
  • Middleware converts the data captured by the
    reader into a format that is perceivable by the
    application software

Tag
3
WHY RFID FOR LIBRARY?
  • Fastest, easiest, most efficient way to track,
    locate manage library materials
  • Efficient Book circulation management
  • Automatic Check-in and Check-out
  • Library inventory tracking in minutes instead of
    hours
  • Multiple books can be read simultaneously
  • Unique ID of the RFID tag prevents counterfeiting
  • Automated material handling using conveyor
    sorting systems

4
RFID Benefits
Libraries
  • Stock management
  • Operations such as managing material on
    the shelves, identifying missing mishelved
    items are streamlined and taking stocks regularly
    will be feasible
  • Improved patron services
  • Spending minimal time on circulation
    operations allows library staff to assist
    patrons
  • Routine patron services are not
    disturbed even when libraries are facing staff
    shortages budget cuts
  • Flexibility and modularity
  • Ability to add newer products and
    features as finances and customer needs dictate
  • Security
  • Library item identification security
    bit is combined into a single tag, there by
    eliminating the need to attach an additional
    security strip

5
RFID Benefits
Library Staff
  • Less time needed for circulation operations
  • Implementing RFID will considerably
    reduce the amount of time required to issue,
    receive, transport, sort shelve library
    materials
  • Efficient Inventory management
  • Inventory management can be done using
    a handheld reader without closing the library and
    is at least 20 times faster compared to existing
    barcode based system
  • Reducing Repetitive Stress Injuries (RSI)
  • RFID based system reduces repetitive
    scanning of individual items at the circulation
    desk during check in, check out and hence avoids
    RSI such as carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Taking inventory in a rfid based system
    doesnt require physical deshelving shelving of
    library materials

6
RFID Benefits
Patrons
  • Patrons will spend less time waiting in check-out
    lines by using Self Check in - Check out systems
  • Patrons find what they are looking for quickly
    easily
  • Reminders for due dates allows patrons to submit
    borrowed materials in time
  • Use of book drops return chutes for returning
    library material, allows for flexible timings
  • RFID enabled patron cards allows for easy patron
    identification

7
Library Products
  • Staff Station (RRHFLB01)
  • RRHFLB01 is a plug n play multi protocol
    antenna-reader system specially designed for
    library circulation desk application. With a read
    range up to 25 cm it can be used for entry of new
    books or borrowers and issue/return of books at
    circulation desk.
  • Gate Detection System (RRHFGA2/GA3)
  • RRHFGA2 is ISO-15693 compliant walk through
    gate detection system capable of detecting
    unauthorized tagged items passing through it.
  • It has inbuilt audio visual alert facility
    and a minimum read range of 36 inches.

8
Library Products Contd
  • HF Handheld Reader (RRHFHH1)
  • RRHFHH1 is a basic handheld reader primarily
    designed for performing activities such as shelf
    order checking, shelf-reading, searching,
    inventory scanning in library kind of
    environment.
  • RFID Tags (RRHFT01)
  • RRHFT01 are rewritable passive HF Tags
    working on 13.56 MHz frequency. Available in
    various types and form factors these are used for
    tagging library materials to uniquely identify
    particular tagged items using the RFID based
    automated library management system.

9
Library Products Contd
  • Self check in / check out Kiosk (RRHFLB02)
  • RRHFLB02 is a stand alone multi protocol
    Self Check-in / Check-out kiosk primarily for
    self issue and return of books in Library. With
    its inbuilt screen and printer, patrons can view
    print transaction related information such as
    number of books issued, outstanding fine (if any)
    etc. Customized information can also be printed
    on the transaction slip
  • Book Return Station (RRHFBD01)
  • RRHFBD01 is a multi protocol book drop
    primarily used for returning of library books. It
    helps in better circulation and gives time
    flexibility to patrons for returning of library
    materials issued by them

10
Why RapidRadio
  • Follow international standards best practices
    guide lines for use of RFID in libraries defined
    by NISO RFID working group
  • RFID hardware products for library are compatible
    with global protocols such as SIP2 ,NCIP, ISO
    18000-3, ISO 15693, ISO 14443A ISO 28560 (Part
    1, 2 3)
  • Knowledge of products allows us to customize
    products depending on client requirement
  • Indigenous manufacturing setup local support
    will bring down the overall cost of ownership for
    clients
  • Online support for products
  • Special emphasis on Staff training Local
    Support

11
RFID For Campus
  • Common ID-card
  • Attendance and Access control for students, staff
    visitors can be automated using RFID enabled
    smart readers
  • Instant access to student information such as
    progress details, medical history, discipline
    records etc
  • Vehicle tracking, Parking Locker management and
    transportation facilities can be automated
  • ID-cards can be used as E-purse to pay for
    Library dues, Canteen bills, Photo Copy other
    facilities
  • Facilitate Event Management activities on Campus
  • Information Kiosks for visitors
  • Asset Management Inventory tracking on campus
  • Data management reports to streamline workflow

12
Reaping Rewards of RFID
  • Singapore is probably first nation in the world
    to have all its public libraries use RFID
    technology for the circulation and management of
    library items. This enables them to do a
    stock-take of 100,000 items in just four hours.
    Patrons can issue and return books at any public
    library
  • The university of Nevada libraries found more
    than 500 lost items after officials tagged
    600,000 items in its collection
  • Surveys at Baulkham Hills Council in Sydney
    showed that only 5 to 6 percent of their library
    staffs time is spent on circulation duty
    compared to 85 percent before adopting RFID Self
    Server kiosks
  • San Francisco Public Library spent 265,000 in
    direct costs for repetitive strain injuries over
    a three year period before implementing RFID
    based library management system

13
Thank You
  • Email reachus_at_rapidradio.co.in
About PowerShow.com