We are truly honored to announce that we’ve received two platinum awards and an honorable mention at this year’s Modern Library Awards. A program designed to recognize elite products and services in the library market which can help library management personnel enhance the quality-of-experience for the library user and increase the performance of their library systems.
In January we welcomed Helle Lauridsen as Lyngsoes Systems’ new Product Owner of the innovative collection, space and logistics management system for Public and Academic Libraries: Intelligent Material Management System™.
Lyngsoe Systems are happy to announce a patent in the Airport and Airline business regarding the Lyngsoe Sortation Reader™. This emphasizes Lyngsoe Systems as a first mover technology wise as the patented Sortation Reader is the first of its kind to utilize advanced software algorithms to uniquely match the bag with the correct RFID baggage tag.
Lyngsoe Systems is pleased to announce that we have received two platinum awards at Library Works’ fourth annual Modern Library Awards (MLA). The MLAs were created to recognize the top products and services in the library industry in a truly unbiased format. Only customers with experience with the nominated products/services in their facilities were permitted to judge the products/services resulting in an unbiased score.
For the last 6 years there has been a friendly competition between King County Library Systems (KCLS) and New York Public Library on who has the best, fastest and most accurate sorters.
This year the BookOps Sorting Team from New York Public Library once again challenged its rival, the King County Library System of Washington state to another sorting contest.
Lyngsoe Systems joined the Queens Library at its 2018 Gala to celebrate the library’s continued success in meeting its vision of providing person intellectual growth and community cohesion in the New York borough.
The Libraries in Clackamas County (LINCC) recently celebrated the first year of their deployment of HULK their central sorter from Lyngsoe Systems, along with the Lyngsoe Tote Check-in Server™ at its centralized sorting location. Over the year, the system has cut sortation time and reduced the number of couriers’ material transporting trips by 4,200 which is a 30% decrease from the previous year.