RFID – what next? [Event Ref. No. TG3/RFID]
Date(s) - 08/04/2016
1:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Woburn House Conference Centre
Twitter – #cpd25_RFID
Having taken the plunge to implement RFID systems over the last two decades, RFID has moved on and libraries are now looking at how they can use this technology in a smarter way.
Join Mick Fortune as he talks about the future of RFID technology, and other speakers developing library use of, and working with RFID. You will also have the chance to share your experiences and thoughts as part of the plenary session at the end of the afternoon.
1300-1330 – Registration
1330-1340 – Welcome
1340-1425 – Mick Fortune
The Future of RFID Technology in the Library
1425-1455 – Ian Gifford, University of Manchester
University of Manchester have been developing an app for android devices which allows library users to self-issue books via a standard smartphone/tablet. It relies on the Near Field Communications (NFC) technology to process decoding the barcode, authenticate the user, remotely issuing the book and disabling the tag security so a user can ‘check-out’ the book.
1455-1515 – Break
1515-1545 – Anthony Whitford, Head of Development for Capita Libraries
“Introducing the new Library Communication Framework: Providing a modern standard for RFID self-service and other 3rd party interactions with the LMS”.
1545-1615 – Plenary and close
UUK Boardroom, Woburn House Conference Centre, 20 Tavistock Square, London, WC1H 9HQ
Website – http://woburnhouse.co.uk/contact
£80 for members and £120 for other institutions.
Cancellations less than one week before the event will be charged a 50% cancellation fee. In the event of a ‘no-show’ on the day, the full fee will be charged.
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