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The key challenge for librarians today is to improve customer services and provide ...

The key challenge for librarians today is to improve customer services and provide
Patrons with a pleasant experience when searching and browsing books. RFID
Technology significantly reduces management costs and increases the time that
Librarians spend with patrons by enabling automated book handling at check-ins,
Check-outs, collections inventories, book sorting and theft deterrence. RFID plays vital
Role in redefining the library process to make everyone’s job easier right from patron
To library staff

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  • 1. 1 www.arumansoft.com
  • 2. RFID Based Library Management2 www.arumansoft.com
  • 3. INTRODUCTIONThe key challenge for librarians today is to improve customer services and providePatrons with a pleasant experience when searching and browsing books. RFIDTechnology significantly reduces management costs and increases the time thatLibrarians spend with patrons by enabling automated book handling at check-ins,Check-outs, collections inventories, book sorting and theft deterrence. RFID plays vitalRole in redefining the library process to make everyone’s job easier right from patronTo library staff3 www.arumansoft.com
  • 4. WHY RFID FORLIBRARY? 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 systems4 www.arumansoft.com
  • 5. RFID Benefits Stock management Libraries… 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 www.arumansoft.com
  • 6. 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 doesn’t require physical deshelving & shelving of library materials6 www.arumansoft.com
  • 7. 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 www.arumansoft.com
  • 8. Suggested Hardware EquipmentsItem Description Image ApplicationARU 1001 Dimensions: For fixing onRFID 94×20×0.21mm eachtag/Inlay Memory: 240-bit EPC code Items(books 64-bit TID ) Read distance: Up to 7m (23ft); reader & antenna dependent Anti-collision: Simultaneous identification of multiple tagsARU 1002 RFID desktop reader TagDesktop Reading Range:0.5m encoding &Reader Power Consumed:DC+5V Billing Communication: RS232ARU 1003 RFID handheld reader (with Physical PDA)Handheld OS : WinCE VerificationReader Display: 3.5 in., 240X320 digital color, TFT touch screen, with8 www.arumansoft.com touch pen Reading Range:0.5M
  • 9. ARU 1009 High performance, easy Long range installation integrative RFID Long range Built-in 12 dBi antenna integrative RFID reader for ensures long-range reading physical reader and writing Super anti-interference ability verification Multi-reader synchronization application. A function tray with multiple Provides all kinds of items can be communication interfaces and shown to the customizing is available too reader to read all items in the tray. ARU 1005 With an inbuilt RFID Works as an Kiosk sensor, it can independent sense any product taken sales near by and personnel giving can display related all product information like date information to of manufacture, materials, customers. size, design9 www.arumansoft.com etc
  • 10. ARUMAN SOFTWARE Technologies Pvt. Ltd Email: sales@arumansoft.com PRESENTED BY:-saurav suman saurav_suman0906@hotmail.com10 www.arumansoft.com