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“70% of transactions are through our new RFID kiosks”
When Dorset Library Service required modernised self-service kiosks to improve functionality, integrate with the Service’s digital strategy, and provide improved access for people with disabilities. The new D-Tech International installation has delivered the desired improvement in accessibility and functionality, and also provided multiple payment options.
Epsom and St Helier Library and Information Services
When one of Epsom and St Helier University Hospitals Library and Information Services’ library sites was being relocated, it was seen as a good opportunity to upgrade the library technology and improve the services offered to users. D-Tech International installed a RFID security system, self-service units and StaffPads at both sites, expanding services, improving the user experience and enabling a better use of staff resources.
D-Tech conquers the market with installation at the American University of Rome
The American University of Rome was refurbishing its main computer lab to provide a multi-functional study/social space for students. The university needed a solution for storing and loaning laptops top improve the student experience and give faster access to computers that can be used anywhere within the building. D-Tech supplied and installed a 12 locker ComputeIT cabinet which allows students to check out laptops with their AUR ID card and has advanced system integration functionality.
All Hours Access
D-Tech’s self-service LendIT kiosk is providing access for people who can’t make it to the library during opening times and allows everybody in the community to take advantage of their library facilities. Read more about how D-Tech’s LendIT kiosks are helping libraries across America in this article from American Libraries Magazine. D-Tech’s self-service library vending machine, LendIT, can be placed anywhere with a power outlet and internet connection with a fixed IP address. That could be right outside the library building or in a shopping or community centre. Contact us to find out more.