[Koha] anyone using rfid, robot sorter, or self checkout interfaces?
erik.stainsby at modern-alchemy.net
Mon Mar 17 06:07:26 NZST 2003
On March 16, 2003 09:46 am, Erik wrote:
> Christopher -
> I believe Clive Robertson out of Melbourne, Australia has been looking into
> getting older 3M selfcheck gear to run with Koha as the frontend. His email
> address from the Koha postings: cliver <cliver at alphalink.com.au>
> From my own experience, we ran 3M selfcheck software using SIP1 up until
> very recently (2001).
BUT NOT ON KOHA - sorry, missed the implication that it was on Koha in the
> - Erik
> On March 16, 2003 07:58 am, Stephen Hedges wrote:
> > Christopher -
> > I think the folks at Ann Arbor District Library have done some work with
> > rfid and Koha. I'm not sure if they watch this list -- you might drop an
> > e-mail to eli at aadl.org if you don't hear from them first. As for
> > self-checkout, I think that will require SIP2 support, which is still on
> > the way for Koha.
> > Stephen Hedges
> > Director, Nelsonville Public Library
> > 95 W. Washington St., Nels.,OH 45764
> > (740) 753-2118 fax (740) 753-3543
> > > Pardon me if this is a FAQ. A group of us at the
> > > University at Buffalo are
> > > working on a proposal to test various interfaces
> > > between radio frequency
> > > ID self-checkout machines and library software in
> > > our learning lab. Our
> > > vision includes the use of hand held devices by
> > > patrons and staff, as well
> > > as patron self checkout systems and perhaps robot
> > > sorters. I would like
> > > this to be an all Linux (or some sort of *nix)
> > > system, right down to
> > > palmtops like the Sharp Zaurus. However, right
> > > now, I am wondering if
> > > anyone is using any self checkout devices or
> > > sorters with Koha?
> > >
> > > cbs
> > > --
> > > Christopher Brown-Syed, PhD. Editor, Library &
> > > Archival Security.
> > > School of Informatics, University at Buffalo.
> > > <clb24 at buffalo.edu>
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