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RFID in the Library Context: Integration, Interoperability, and Business Environment 77th IFLA General Conference and Assembly 


Copyright (c) 2011 International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions

Abstract: Many aspects of technology supporting the automation of libraries are changing rapidly. Service-oriented architecture, Web-based computing, increased integration of social networking concepts, as well as cloud computing such as software-as-a-service characterize this emerging landscape. Products and services making use of RFID technology have to exist in an automation ecosystem increasingly reshaped by these technologies. Breeding will present a view of how RFID and related technologies fit into this evolving environment, some of the challenges involved such as the need for more modern protocols for interoperability, and some of the opportunities enabled for new efficiencies and innovations. He will also review some of the changes in the global RFID business landscape and comment on its implications for libraries that depend on their products and services.

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Publication Year:2011
Type of Material:Presentation
Language English
Issue:August 17, 2011
Publisher:International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions
Place of Publication:San Juan, Puerto Rico
Conference:77th IFLA General Conference and Assembly
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Record Number:15969
Last Update:2012-12-29 14:06:47
Date Created:2011-08-16 15:30:12