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Library Automation
 
Library Automation will cater to the day to day in-house functioning of any library. The objective of this software is to completely automate the operations of the library. The library catalogue or index to the collection forms the base for most of the library activities such as acquisition, reference, bibliographic service, inter-library loan etc. The Library users can have simultaneous access to the same database containing the on-line catalog of library items.
From the library staff point of view the cumbersome job of printing the cards and their subsequent filing gets eliminated. Also, it conserves space and saves stationery. This software can handle the entire house keeping operations of the library such as acquisition, circulation and serial control, thus, creating a network within the library or becoming part of the existing network of the institution.
Networking of computers within an organisation helps the users to browse the cataloguing system from any of the workstation / terminal.
The salient features of the our Library Automation Software are:
• Developed in latest (Microsoft .NET) technology
• Link for auto cataloguing
• Upgradeable to RFID
• User specific menu
• User specific rights up to form & control level
• Customizable circulation policy for members (patrons) upto item type.
• Multimedia (Video Clips, Scanned Images, Sound, Slide Show) can be attached to catalogue records with multiple URL
• Provision to enter special characters
• Auto-suggestion on call number, based on earlier catalogued Items
• Provides Transaction Analysis (complete audit trail)
• e-Resources (CD Rom, e-Book, e-Thesis, e-Project Reports, e-Articles, e-Circular/Notice, e-Journal)
• Real time Web OPAC
• Cart facility in OPAC for saving/printing/emailing selected catalogue records for future reference
• Integrated CAS (Current Awareness Services) and SDI (Selected Dissemination of Information) (Email, save, Print)
• Auto e-mailing wherever necessary
• Auto copy tracking system
• Graphical presentation of statistical data
• Provision for Back Log entry / Retro Conversion
• Single window for issue / return / reissue.
• Combination keys (Alt +)for calling relevant menu items from forms
• Online Reservation / Reissue
• Online current awareness services
• Online book request for procurement
• OPAC search gives option for selection of phrase, all of these works, any of these words and wild card also
• Upgradeable to weight checking system
• Option to use MS-SQL/Oracle as RDBMS
• UNICODE Compatible
• GUI enabled
• Completely web/browser based(Works on internet/intranet)
• Scalable to any number of members/users and library items
• Upgradeable to Multilingual
• Import / Export based on MARC21
• Catalogue data editing in Marc format also
• Completely Barcode enabled with inbuilt bar code generator
• Catalogue card printing based on AACR2 Scheme
• Auto generated late item reminder
• Periodic member account clearance
• Backup/Restore module wise for selected tables & complete database
• Complies ISO standards
• FAQ / Help for easy understanding
• Supports TCP/IP for communication and networking
• Option to select menu types (Tree/Popup/Both).
• Combined form for Issue/Return/Re-issue with built-in intelligence.
• Ever-growing list of features and benefits.
• Union catalogue.
• Z39.50 Client/Server technology
• Can be applied to wide range of libraries of Schools, Colleges, Institutes, Research Organisations, Corporate Houses, and Resource Centers etc.
 
LIBRARY AUTOMATION WITH RFID SOLUTION
 
What is RFID Solutions ?
 
In recent years automatic identification procedures (Auto ID) have become very popular in many service industries, purchasing and distribution logistics, industry, manufacturing companies and material flow systems. Automatic identification procedures exist to provide information about people, animals, goods and products. The technically optimal solution would be the storage of data in a silicon chip. The most common form of electronic data carrying device in use in everyday life is the chip card based upon a contact field (telephone chip card, bank cards). However, the mechanical contact used in the chip card is often impractical. A contact less transfer of data between the data carrying device and its reader is far more flexible. In the ideal case, the power required to operate the electronic data carrying device would also be transferred from the reader using contact less technology. Because of the procedures used for the transfer of power and data, contact less ID systems are called RFID systems (Radio Frequency Identification).The system provides an intelligent way for libraries to maximize their investment in RFID with optimized memory and built-in EAS features.
 
Radio Frequency Identification - RFID RFID system consists of following components:
 
• The transponder, which is located on the object to be identified. It is also known as RFID labels.
 
• The detector or reader, which, depending upon design and the technology used, may be a read or write/read device, known as check-in check-out terminals.
 
• Gate Antennas Software
 
The RFID Solution has following features:
 
• Line of sight not necessary
• Memory capacity 264 bit - 2 k bit
• Simultaneous reading of several labels (anti collision)
• Programmable.
• Reading range up to gate width of 1m.
• Metal surfaces require special labels.
 
Benefits:
 
• RFID tags replace both the bar code and EAS (anti-theft) device allowing for much faster conversion of library materials in new branches. In existing libraries, RFID tags can co-exist with existing EM anti-theft systems.
 
• Check-out stations can be automated with easy, intuitive interfaces.
 
• Book returns can be automated with check-in, EAS activation, and systems updates completed simultaneously in the book return chute.
 
• Fast on-the-shelf inventory allows for much better accuracy in collection management and increased book turns resulting in reduced book purchasing. This allows libraries to expand their collections without increasing their budgets.
 
 
 
 
 
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