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RFID Solutions
D-Tech RFID products adhere to all recommendations by the National Information Standards Organization (NISO) for RFID systems in libraries. We are 100% supportive of an open standard within the industry which  means you will have the opportunity to choose from a range of supplier products and services as they will be compatible and open.

Link to NISO RFID in Libraries Website

Download NISO RFID Standards in Libraries document
We are proud to offer RFID technology by D-Tech International, one of the United Kingdom's leading suppliers of high performance RFID technology-based products and library security systems. 

What is RFID?

RFID or Radio Frequency Identification Technology improves the speed and accuracy of circulation functions while protecting your collection by storing and retrieving data on re-writable labels (or "tags") that can be placed on any library materials.  

How does RFID work?
The label is the main component of the RFID system. Libraries have the labels placed on every item including books, DVDs, CDs, etc and they are programmed with the information needed to identify the item. These labels are then detected by the various RFID readers in the library including self checks, security detection system (gates), and staff workstations.

How will RFID benefit you?
We see RFID as a way for you to deliver services smarter, faster and in the way consumers want to receive them. No queues or long waiting times, no access problems or customer service issues but longer opening hours, enhanced customer services and improved stock availability. RFID frees up staff from behind the counter and allows them to interact with library visitors, develop new services and benefit from faster, smarter RFID transactions. 
  • Intuitive self-service kiosks for patrons
  • Automated tasks leads to higher staff productivity
  • Efficient stock management and inventory control
  • Security and loss prevention
  • Improved data collection and trend analysis