Library Management System

Let Our Latest RFID Technology Take Your Library To The Next Level Of Automation

Increase productivity and minimize errors by replacing human intervention with technology.

Library Information System
Library Management System

The entire RFID system is like a living body.

The body of the RFID system is the hardware, the brain is the software and our integration is the blood circulation.

Self check-in / check-out station

Maximizes the delight of Library users/ patrons by minimizing their dependence on library staff for check-in / check-out operations.

Check out / Check in

Library Integration With KOHA

  • Koha is an open-source library management system that automates library functions.
  • Integration with Koha can streamline workflows, reduce duplication of effort, and improve efficiency.
  • Koha’s flexible API allows integration with a range of third-party tools and services.
  • Libraries can integrate with discovery systems, e-resources, and self-checkout machines using Koha.
  • Integration with Koha provides a more seamless and user-friendly experience for library patrons.


RFID Tags that work as Anti-theft have been pasted on each book. The nature of this tag is waterproof, dustproof, tamper proof. If required, an institution can print Logo and basic information on these Tags. High-quality material and non-acidic adhesive on these tags will not damage the pages of books in the long run.

anti theft sticker
Staff station

Supplementary manned station

This manned station performs check-in / check-out / anti-theft operations by activating and deactivating security RFID tags for clients who are not comfortable doing it themselves.

Inventorying by Library Automation

Apart from the refinement in the library operations of book issue/return, inventory keeping becomes much easier, more accurate and quick by use of handheld RFID readers which read the RFID tags on books.

Inventory management

Important components of library automation

  • RFID tags
  • Library User Card
  • Card Printer
  • Handheld RFID Reader
  • Manual Desk Station
  • Self-check-in Kiosks & Dropbox
  • Self-check-out gates
  • Desktop Reader
  • Anti Theft Gate Reader

Functioning of RFID Middleware

  • Capable of programming tag at a time for write, lock and EAS operations.
  • Tagging / Re-tagging after proper online validation of (title/member records from LMS database)
  • Tag monitoring by accessing item record from ILMS database
  • Patron Smart Card personalization monitoring by accessing patron ID from ILMS database
  • Sorting by accessing Title record from ILMS
  • Check out /Check-in/Renewal
  • Provision for display of member photograph along with member details while transactions
middleware functioning

Benefits of RFID

Benefits of RFID Table

Integration with third-party library application

We Provide Services in the migration of the existing DATA base to the new LMS.

We provide OPAC solutions using the internet, intranet and smart mobile.

We provide services to our customers for Implementing KOHA LMS.

We provide middleware application software for integrating the existing LMS with RFID Hardwares.

Why RFIDs in Libraries

The 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 systems.

Facilitate inter library & intra-library borrowing

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NFC Story

The “Assistance Control” project was inspired by the basic idea of the “Bologna Process”, a Pan-European collaboration which started in 1999, to adapt technology to provide a better quality of education that would allow improvement of the next generation of classroom teaching.
The best project finally chosen and tested involved students registered for classes with NFC phones, during the academic year 2011–2012 at “Universidad Pontificia de Salamanca, Campus Madrid” (UPSAM).
This resulted in the senior students at the School of Computer Engineering to certify 99.5% accuracy and ease of attendance that ensured continuous assessment without loss of instructional time allocated to this activity.

Source : Science Direct Volume 40 Issue 11, 1st September 2013, Pages 4478-4489