The complete report is fee-based but a few selected findings, table of contents, and a list of sources in this news release.
- In libraries that have already employed RFID, a mean of 85.27% of all physical collection items are tracked with this technology
- Libraries with budgets between $1,000,000 and $5,000,000 spent a mean of $96,517 (US) on RFID readers, wands, conveyors, gate sensors and other technology.
- 26.67% of libraries using the technology said that it has led to less patron theft.
- The possibility of interference or erroneous check-out caused by RFID tag proximity with multiple patrons is not a consideration for 33.8% of libraries and is a modest issue for about 49.3%.
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