RFID inventory robots such as TORY by MetraLabs scan several thousand UHF-RFID transponders in one hour. The read accuracy is about 99%. This reduces substantially the effort for the very time-consuming and people-intensive inventories in libraries. You will always know the actual book stock.
Users particularly are annoyed about missing or misplaced books. Long searches block even more capacity of staff. RFID inventory robots such as TORY by MetraLabs recognize sorting errors without difficulty.
Modern librarians are managers of information and knowledge. RFID inventory robots such as TORY by MetraLabs decrease the workload for librarians by guiding users to the books they are looking for. The service in libraries will be improved and service capacity will be increased substantially.
Successful test run
The Library of the Max-Planck-Institute in Luxembourg tested the RFID inventory robot TORY at the “Innovation in Libraries” conference in October 2016. In just one hour TORY took stock of 35,000 books. The read accuracy was above 99%. The result exceeded all expectations of the MPI Library.
TORY RFID Automated inventory taker
TORY takes stock via RFID – fully automatically and efficient. TORY is characterized by secure and autonomous navigation.
TORY shelf Automated shelf scanning
For your inventory management: TORY shelf independently and regularly produces high-resolution images of entire rows of shelves in supermarkets and hypermarkets. A subsequent image analysis determines shelf gaps and misplacements.
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