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City Campus Master Plan: UNPACKING THE LRS

LRS

The idea of humans being served by robots is no longer confined to the realm of Sci-Fi. In a few short months, UTS staff and students will start accessing books from our new Library Retrieval System (LRS), a state-of-art, underground facility which will see robotic cranes retrieve books on-demand.

Summary

  • Books can be accessed from the LRS from July 2014
  • This will be the first of many moves scheduled as part of the City Campus Master Plan and Kuring-gai Relocation Project
  • First underground LRS in Australia and first in the world to use RFID

So how exactly does the LRS work and what will be the impact on staff and students?

Find out more

Unpacking the LRS - City Campus Master Plan

Libraries go high-techBooks haven't been left behind in the move to up-date librariesThe Sydney Morning Herald (April 15, 2014)