Another library joins the long list of those converting to RFID technology to developing a more efficient method of borrowing items – the Grand Rapids Public Library system.
According to a local news brief, the library’s main branch is renovating to accommodate new self-checkout stations supported by RFID technology. The new system will allow materials to be checked out in stacks, and all without scanning individual bar codes.
Staff members and patrons should be able to use the system at the main branch by June, and the library’s seven other branches will be receiving a similar, if not the same, system thereafter.
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