D-Tech Self-Service gives MORE D-Tech’s kiosks offer a wide range of self-service applications, such as self-issue, returns, renewals, hire charges and other payments. D-Tech’s objective is to allow customers to get more from their investment in hardware by using existing kiosks to also offer facilities such as paying for printing, checking Public computer availability and making advanced bookings. D-Tech…Details
A short film clip of one product from our new Blend SelfCheck range of furnishings.
D-Tech has installed its Enterprise, thermal imaging people counter at the the newly opened York Explore Library Learning Centre. The new space provides a welcoming and well-designed flexible location that brings together a modern city library, with a full and vibrant programme of learning. The thermal imaging people counter transmits data directly to a webbrowser…Details
Marvin Crisp, D-Tech, announced today that their Self Check V4 software has been certified by Sirsi Dynix for SIP 2 protocol network communications with Symphony LMS and that the company is now a Sirsi Dynix Alliance Certified Solutions Provider. He said: “Sirsi’s certification means that as technology partners we will continue to build on current…Details
D-Tech was delighted to attend the opening of the newly restored Manor House library as it is one of four libraries in the London Borough of Lewisham where they have implemented RFID enabled self service. The Manor House project is a perfect example of new technology blending into an historic environment. The contemporary look of…Details
RFIQ is a new, no software technology, designed and developed by D-Tech. The system delivers perimeter based protection and improved alarm handling capability and provides a migrateable path to RFID when budgets allow. Combined with our new M180 antenna which itself is very cost effective, the RFIQ system, with labels and staff pad, costs less…Details
A short film about D-Tech at West Greenwich Library
“I certainly can recommend them! D-Tech were quick to respond to our needs, and very good at helping me to decide which system we should go with – we previously had a radio frequency system that was on it’s last legs! Marvin Crisp came to see us, talked about D-Tech’s products, the kind of work…Details
” ‘Cool Miss!’ – This is how one of our students described the new entry gates of our security system. We think it is pretty cool too, not just the gates, but the fact that our old obsolete security system has been replaced with a fully functioning smart new system. – And all done efficiently…Details
“Our library staff are really pleased that we have the new counters – they have been waiting a long time for these. It means counting visitors is one less thing for them to have to think about and frees up their time so they can get on with more important tasks in the libraries”. Jeff…Details
“Our library staff are really pleased that we have the new counters – they have been waiting a long time for these. It means counting visitors is one less thing for them to have to think about and frees up their time so they can get on with more important tasks in the libraries”. Mike…Details
“The new thermal imaging people counter quite simply offers a very efficient tool for measuring visitor footfall and the more information we have, the more we can use it to provide a better service for our library visitors”.
John Usher, ICT Development Manager, London Borough of Islington