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Library Automation Technologies, Inc. (LAT), a leader in library automation products, is pleased to announce a new media automation system aimed to improve library staff operations in dispensing media to patrons. LAT-Stena, a new product from LAT, is designed to assist circulation staff in servicing patron’s requests for any optical media (CD, DVD, Blu-ray, Wii, PS2…etc.).
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mk Sorting Systems announces exclusive partnership to offer top quality EM security systems
Simsbury, CT – mk Sorting Systems has exclusively partnered with Tagit Group in order to provide libraries in North and South America with the quality and security they desire in an Electromagnetic (EM) security system.
District of Columbia Public Library to Implement Systems in Six Branches
LAT AND iTEAM ANNOUNCE PARTNERSHIP AND JOINT PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT Synergies in Technology and Product Development Offer Unique Advantages
SOMERDALE, NJ, March 18, 2010: Library Automation Technologies, Inc. (LAT), a leader in library automation products, is pleased to announce strategic alignment with iTeam Resources, Inc. (iTeam) a respected leader in time and print management and Fee & Fine solutions for libraries. Not only has this cooperation resulted in a number of new ongoing product developments and options, but it has already extended the capabilities of existing LAT products to allow any device to become a print/time/Fee & Fine manager via LAT-Total™ option.
SOMERDALE, NJ, March 12, 2010: Library Automation Technologies, Inc. (LAT), a leader in library automation products, is pleased to announce the release into production of the next generation model of its popular allCIRC™ system, the allCIRC-X™, that combines 100% media theft security with complete load / unload patron self-service and a full-featured book self-check in a smaller portable footprint with greater capacity, significantly faster throughput, higher value and new features.
WHITE BEAR LAKE, Minn. (Jan. 27, 2010) – Tech Logic now offers newly designed TAGSYS Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) security gates that offer advanced protection through high-performance read range and speed.
The L-SP3 security gates use advanced digital signal processing and RF front-end technology to achieve breakthrough performance in read range and read speed, providing enhanced security protection to libraries. The new L-SP3 security system integrates the latest RFID reader electronics for optimal detection performance and consists of two aesthetic options:
Two California Libraries Convert to ITG Radio Frequency Identification Technology From Legacy RFID Systems
Ontario City Library and Long Beach Public Library are implementing Apex XpressCheck™ patron self-service kiosks, DirectReader™ staff station, PowerReader™ inventory wand and Apex RFID™ Security pedestals.
“By converting to ITG RFID technology, we had fewer false readings and fewer false alarms. We now have almost 100 percent accuracy in turning off the security tags,” said Gloria Freel, associate director of the Ontario Public Library.
Douglas County Libraries in Colorado Says Collections Rose Nearly 50%
After Fines and Fees Payment Option Added to 3M SelfCheck System
Customers Warm to RFID-Based Self Service Machines that Accept Payments
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. -- March 26, 2008 -- The seven-branch library system of Douglas
County, Colorado, has reported that collection of fines and fees rose by 48 percent in 2007,
the first year following the addition of fines and fees payments to its 3M RFID-based
SelfCheck Systems, compared with the previous year.