Since 2009, when The University of Manchester Library published its New Directions 2009-2012 strategy, the Library has sought to “embrace technology… to improve the experience of customers.” With this in mind, the last three years have seen the launch of many new innovative services including: Library portlets in My Manchester, the University’s student and staff […]
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We were delighted to announce winning an access control order for the world famous historical ship, the Mary Rose. The Mary Rose Museum in Portsmouth opened in 2012, with public access being managed using equipment supplied by Telepen. At the Mary Rose, SENTRY access control software validates barcoded entry tickets and helps ensure museum occupancy […]
A Library for our Sixth Century On September 12, 2011 the doors to the new University Library at the University of Aberdeen opened to customers for the first time. This was the culmination of one of the most ambitious fund-raising projects the University has undertaken, and has resulted in an iconic library building designed for […]
The University’s Satellite Library in Inverness has used Sentry for many years while the main Library in Stirling had remained uncontrolled. This has now changed, as the Library chose to have three lanes of IDL SpeedStile access control gates, supplied and installed by Telepen. For more information about our Juno™ Solutions for Academic Libraries, please […]