Libraries are becoming smarter with Philips ICODE SLI S RFID chips

Company’s ICODE SLI S next generation chip technology makes life easier for library users and staff.

Royal Philips Electronics (NYSE: PHG, AEX: PHI) today announced its next-generation ICODE product, ICODE SLI S, which is ideal for the library industry due its enhanced security and privacy features with password protection.
Librarians are able to address many of the challenges found in library management, including reader logistics, material identification and inventory and information storage. The ICODE SLI-S offers increased read performance and is specifically well suited for automated management of media in libraries.
With Philips RFID technology embedded, consumers can also enjoy an enhanced library visit, with faster check-out of books, CDs and DVDs. In addition to this self-service checkout, consumers can also serve themselves when making returns. At return, the item is scanned in and automatically sorted by electronic sorting stations which saves library staff time. With RFID technology embedded, consumers and library staff alike enjoy a simpler, more efficient experience.

Philips Semiconductors (Source : Philips Semiconductors)

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