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Cleveland Library seeks radio frequency identification technology

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Radio might be the route for improving circulation processes at the Cleveland-Bradley County Public Library, officials said.

Library trustees voted 7-0 at a recent meeting to request proposals for a radio frequency identification system that's expected to ease check-in and check-out of materials, increase inventory accuracy and provide significant productivity gains.

The technology, which is used in retail store security systems and "fast pass" credit-card payment devices at automated fuel pumps, will allow for an "improved and friendly process" for patrons who want to use self-checkout stations, library Director Andrew Hunt said.

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