Tag Archives: RFID

Check out our RFID Automated Return Sorter Video

We’ve recently put this video of our RFID Automated Return Sorter (this is Boroondara’s) on YouTube. 

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Mobile Libraries – part 2

Mobile devices have made Mobile Libraries something new – where there is network connectivity a librarian can issue and return books, they can sign up borrowers, they can make reservations and handle renewals.  So now a mobile library can be … Continue reading

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Mobile Libraries

It used to be easy.  A mobile library was a lorry or van that came by occasionally.  The lorry had a selection of books on board together with a librarian and the patron could borrow and return books.  As a … Continue reading

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The Vatican Library reopened its doors with RFID

On this day last year (20 Sep 2010), the Vatican Library reopened its doors with RFID solutions. The Vatican Library (the library of the Holy See) is one of the oldest libraries in the world and houses many of the … Continue reading

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iSpydus 1.2

We have just released a new version of iSpydus which includes borrower registration.  iSpydus 1.2 enables a librarian to handle a wide range of borrower related activities using an iPod, iPhone or iPad.  The activities covered include borrower registration, issuing … Continue reading

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this is one of the coolest things in Melbourne……whoa

the title of today’s post comes courtesy of the opening lines of a Hawthorn (Vic) library user who shared a video on the twitvid site, which recently popped up in my twitter stream: http://www.twitvid.com/FQJ9Q i havent figured out how to … Continue reading

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