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Christchurch City Council seeks RFID system

Christchurch City Council seeks RFID system

A radio frequency identification system (RFID) is required by the Christchurch City Council for its public libraries.

The system includes hardware, software, RFID tags, installation, commissioning, training and ongoing support for the hardware and software. Functions such as staff interface for check-out and check-in, including demonstration of the RFID antenna/reader, are required.

The Council wants to encourage innovative offerings that utilise suppliers’ experience and expertise.

The deadline for replies is Friday, February 26.


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