3M Library Systems announced several new customers from across the U.S. – in the Midwest, Eastern and Southwestern regions of the country – have selected 3M library solutions to suit the needs of their local communities and to better service their patrons.
The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts chose 3M RFID’s Detection System Model 9900 for its new location. This system will electronically count patrons and enhance item security as the museum adds more customers. 3M RFID tags and the Digital Library Assistant will also help with inventory and increasing shelf order accuracy.
The Henry Buhl Library at Grove City College in Pennsylvania is replacing its manual inventory control method with 3M RFID’s Digital Library Assistant. This new system will make inventory checks easier on staff and cut time required to complete inventory. Conversion to RFID will be completed over the summer.
The Salem-South Lyon District Library in Michigan will convert from its current RFID system to 3M RFID to ensure tag interoperability among its co-op libraries with 3M’s SelfCheck System. The conversion process is expected to be complete in early 2011.
Appleton Public Library in Wisconsin has chosen 3M RFID improve staff and patron efficiencies with a system for securing all media and ensuring patron privacy.