To enable and facilitate expanded and improved services in the New Library extension, D-Tech supplied an additional self-service unit to accelerate the borrowing and return processes for students.
Oxford, Oxfordshire (PRWEB UK) 18 January 2018
In recognition of its contribution to the New Library Extension at Queen’s College, Oxford, D-Tech International attended the recent celebration of the library’s grand opening. The evening gave attendees the opportunity to experience the library’s new facilities and learn more about the challenges overcome in the building process.
The New Library is a large, 8,000sq/ft. subterranean extension built beneath the Provost’s Garden and provides bespoke storage and access for the library’s historic and archive collections as well modern learning spaces. Filled with natural light, the structure is an excellent example of 21st Century architecture and design.
The reading room is the major new addition to the library and provides open space for 36 users. Top lit by the stunning roof light which gives views of the original library and is a clever, yet discrete, design feature of the new Provost’s garden.
D-Tech has worked with Queen’s College since 2006, providing innovative solutions to the security challenges faced by such a prestigious library. To enable and facilitate expanded and improved services in the New Library extension, D-Tech supplied an additional self-service unit to accelerate the borrowing and return processes for students.
D-Tech International designs, develops, and supplies high-performance RFID products and library security systems. The Company provides installation and customer service for its full range of products. Its technologies include EM, RF, RFIQ and RFID used for self-service, stock control and management, library security, people counting and 24-hour vending. D-Tech International’s Head Office is in Woodbridge, Suffolk and the company’s international presence has recently expanded with the opening of its U.S. branch in New Jersey.