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The team http://londoncleanltd.co.uk/carpet-cleaning.html, dosdoce.com and culture consultant Elisa Yuste have recently launched the ” digital cheat sheet for libraries ” which aims to ” become a reference guide for professionals in the book world who want to know the many possible applications offered by the new generation technologies in various areas of libraries “and will be able to download from the following link: digital libraries cutlet for Dosdoce (below image contains only the face a)
This guide discusses the various technologies and services in libraries (information services, reading services, loan services and training services) according to their use, interest or implementation may or may not work in libraries.
Notably said guide some technologies that are already working in libraries and are commonly used, such as those relating to web technology (web applications, virtual communities and social networks), geo-positioning, the augmented reality technology (QR codes ) and touch technology (windows, screens, vending machines book) or the use of other technologies that could work in libraries, such as the semantic web in information services, the geo positioning regarding reading recommendations, facial recognition for managing loans or drones to perform guided visits to facilities.
To also emphasize the importance of data collection users in these technologies to meet their tastes, their feelings, emotions and the place where they are at any given time in order to monitor them and even anticipate their needs. A multiscreen technologies based on sensors, cameras and robotics.
Web technology (Mobile Applications, virtual communities, social networks, hosting services content (photos, videos), collaborative tools (blogs, wikis), mashups, semantic web)
Technology that allows users to interact and collaborate with each other as creators of content, which can enrich and customize visits to virtual spaces.
Wearable technology (sensors of physical activity (watches, scarves) and augmented and virtual devices vision (glasses, contact lenses, headbands, helmets))
Wearable technology created above as portable devices with physical activity sensors, augmented and virtual vision, allowing enrich and customize visits to physical spaces.
It based on geolocation technology that allows locating people and objects with great precision by triangulating latitude, longitude and altitude, and facilitates and enhances the action of moving from a physical environment.
Wireless communication technology, short-range and high frequency, which allows the exchange of data between devices to facilitate, among other things, the location and identication of funds from the catalog.
Geolocation based technologies to enrich and customize visits to physical spaces.
Augmented reality technology: QR codes …
Based technology overlay virtual information to the existing physical information that allows “increase” accessibility, catalog, user training and actions to promote reading and cultural extension, and visibility.
Facial recognition technology
Technology that can recognize the person you are talking about: how it is called, where he works, when he visited the library for the last time, what was borrowed, etc.
Sensory Technology (Carpet detecting step)
Technology that lets you know how many people visit the library, which days and hours are the most in-uence, etc. This is the case of Instant Counting the carpet which detects the passage.
Touch technology (windows, mobile devices, displays, vending machines books (Library vending machine, developed by the company EnvisionWare, through which users can manage loans (applications, reserves, returns, even paying penalties by credit card) . it has a touch screen through which they can check the materials available (up to 400 materials to borrow and return items +1000), which is also a WiFi access point.) and on demand printing machines (Espresso Book machine (MBE), developed by the company on Demand Books, prints and binds in a few minutes a work (among millions of copyrighted works in the public domain), thanks to ExpressNet® system, which connects the machine with an extensive cloud content. Its implementation in loan services may have different utilities (improving storage problems …) and respond to different objectives (promote desktop publishing …).))
Technology that allows entry of data and commands to the device with a direct touch on its surface, and in turn displays the results previously entered. It is integrated into all kinds of products: mobile devices, displays, smart windows … that allow users to access information about our services and activities, enjoy our digital catalog and activities (clubs, exhibitions …), even outside opening hours to the public.
They are flying unmanned aircraft that can -for example- a user to get a printed material borrowed and manage your return.
Technology fragmenting the web intelligently and allows access to content without full download, thanks to cloud storage and programming in HTML5, providing the user with information or more important first content, resulting technology with special implementation interest for information services and training.
Emotional Technology (Sensors that detect moods and smart tables new)
Technology that detects moods, levels of satisfaction or happiness, and types of consumption based on these, combining data collected on the use of mobile devices (EmotionSense). It can be a very powerful when making recommendations for any user tool, and could lead to the emergence of new smart tables that are reordered putting the view recommendations based on this information.
While all technologies record the use made of them and can provide information of interest, monitoring technology is essential to meet the assistant to the places where some kind of event cultural order is made public, it is the case of carpets that detect the passage.
This technology seeks to give an increasingly accurate and personalized service.The idea is that applications reach all user data: navigation, communication, tastes, references, comments, moods to build a map of your personality and emotions with which anticipate the user and know what -for reading example corresponds at all times, situation or place.