Author : Madhur Gupta 1
Date of Publication :16th May 2017
Abstract: In recent years, RFID technology has replaced the bar code system or a magnetic strip on the back of credit cards. This paper proposes a smart library book management system that uses Radio frequency waves to transfer data from a tag attached to the book. The incorporation of RFID technology in a library helps reduce human intervention and has been designed to support the librarian as well as the user. Raspberry Pi and RFID reader(s) are attached to each book rack to detect the correct positioning of the books. A MySQL database has been created, that contains information of the books in the library. A web page is also designed to display the location of the misplaced books that helps the librarian.
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