6.28 Million books get misplaced in libraries every year*.

Fortunately, we've created a device in order to solve this issue.The device, when turned on automatically start scanning the shelves for misplaced books. It then prints the misplaced books' title and author to the lcd screen.

The system is easy to implement because most libraries already have some sort of rfid system in place. Also, it can be implemented in public as well as home and private libraries. The cost of the device is under seventy five dollars (and in public libraries it can possibly be bought with government funding).

To date, we do not know of a device in this price range that can be implemented in private as well as public sectors. We understand there may be a need for more storage capacity beyond the basic devices capability. Therefore, in the future we will be offering an option for upgraded storage capacity.

*a study done by the american library association