Enterprise -> Other
By: Simon Holloway, Practice Leader - Process Management & RFID, Bloor Research
Published: 29th November 2010
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Some of you have been following my articles may remember an article I wrote about Convergent Software (A demonstrator for the new standards for RFID in Libraries) in February 2009. Well this week, Paul Chartier, their Managing Director, let me know that the company was launching a range of software products for the library community. These meet the new conformance requirements recently announced on the RFID for Libraries Support website (http://biblstandard.dk/rfid/).
There are two products in the initial offering designed to help stakeholders to future-proof their investment in ISO 28560-2:
The announcement also contained details of 2 other products that are to follow shortly; namely:
All the products meet the requirements of the recently published Guidelines for ISO 28560-2 Conformant Devices and Processes. A Compliance Statement is available on their website which explains in detail how the software products achieve this.
Convergent Software Limited is still offering its two software development schemes to help RFID vendors in the library sector to rapidly develop their support for the new ISO standard:
Convergent Software Limited develops and markets software and tools to support the encoding and decoding of data on RFID tags. The company also has products to support IATA RP1740C baggage handling (see article: Bagging Handling Applications get an RFID Simulator and Diagnostic tool).
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