Bibliotheca RFID Library Systems

May 2007
Bibliotheksdienst;mai2007, Vol. 41 Issue 5, p571
Trade Publication
The article discusses offerings from the company Bibliotheca RFID Library Systems, including the automated book checkout system "Munich" with touch screen navigation in 50 languages. The company also sponsored a congress on the "Library of the Future" that featured Bibliothek 2.0 and radio frequency ID enhancements.


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