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RFID Library Management System

RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) refers to the technology using radio wave to identify one or multiple objects. Simply stick an RFID tag on the object(s), the receiver will pick up the information wirelessly and automatically. It works similar to a typical barcode but it contains much more data plus it is rewritable. This can significantly assist management in many applications as in inventory flow and data acquisition as information can be stored on the RFID tag.

Library Managament Solutions, our RFID Library Management Solution is an easy to use modern Library Management Solution which is suitable for both school and public libraries. This LibraryRFID Solution will fully modernize and automate all libraries processes. This would promote efficiency and effectiveness in library management.

Key Features:

RFID Library Management System
  • Patron Records Management
  • Library User ID Authentication
  • Editing and updating of patron’s record
  • Add and deleting of patron’s record
  • Generate loan history for particular patrons
  • Managing of fines incurred by the patron

Computerized Check-in/Check-out

Theft Detection

Technical Information

The key components of our Complete solution includes:

The RFID tag is the most important link in the system. Our RFID Library Management Solution has the ability to store information relating to a specific book to which an RFID tag is attached, rewrite again without any requirement for contact or line of sight.
Data within a tag may provide identification for an item, proof of ownership, original storage location, loan status and history.

RFID tags have been specifically designed to be affixed into library media, including books, CDs, DVDs and tapes. It is thin, flexible and thus can be laminated between paper and plastic. With special method to attach to books, a library patron is totally unaware that the tag is there. The tags also have a “multi-read" function, which means that several tags (books) can be read at once. Thus, making both the Check-In/Check-Out process a one-minute transaction

How The System Works

Check-Out

The Student

The student walks into the library with his Library RFID ID card, picks some books and walks to the librarian’s desk to check-out the selected books. NB: The student should place his/her ID card on any one of the books as the scanner would need to capture his/her information and attach it to the books he/she is about to borrow.

The Librarian

The librarian then scans the stack of books to capture the check-out information into the Library Management System. After capturing both the student’s and book information, he then lends out the book which is automatically captured into the system database.

Check-In

The student walks back into the library with his Library RFID ID card and walks to the librarian’s desk to check-in the selected books. NB: The student should place his/her ID card on any one of the books as the scanner would need to capture his/her information and attach it to the books he/she is about to check-in.

The Librarian

The librarian then scans the stack of books to capture the check-in information into the Library Management System. After capturing both the student’s and book information, he then receives the book into the library which is automatically captured into the system database.