“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.
As the largest producer of RFID ICs worldwide, Philips has secured design-ins in the public library in Singapore with the largest RFID installation globally of more than 10 million RFID labels in use; the public library of Shen Zhen; Jimei University Library in Xiamen, China, and Europe’s largest RFID installation in libraries, the Munich Public Library.
Our ICODE technology is rapidly becoming the technology of choice for libraries around the globe due to its security and reliability features, including excellent read range, incorporation of open-standard electronic article surveillancecheck-in and check-out functionality and its guarantee of strict ISO compliance. anti-theft protection, stable (Jan-Willem Reynaerts, General Manager, RFID, Philips Semiconductors)”