Report for April 2019

Report Date
April 2019

Achievements

  • A design solution for a prototype for a short life one time use QR code generated by App on phone to facilitate Main Library access (authorisation for staff mediated entry, or electronic release of glass door) has been developed by Simon Chapple.
  • A design solution for a prototype for registration of phone to facilitate access through Main Library speedlane has been investigated by Alan Sloane.

Issues

  • No technical issues for QR code generation but operational issues to be resolved – for example, QR code could facilitate exit as well as entry but glass door exit by-passes book security detection system.
  • InfoSec review of terms and conditions of use for administration tool for registration of phone to facilitate access through Main Library speedlane has revealed strong reasons not to adopt the solution.

Next Steps

  • Prototype QR code generator to be built and tested.
  • Alternative administration tool for registration of phone to facilitate access through Main Library speedlane that works with C*Cure and speedlane readers to be investigated.

 

Budget Information (what has been spent to date and expected spend until completion

  • TBC
Project Status
RAG Status
Time
GREEN
Cost
GREEN
Scope
GREEN
Overall
GREEN
Change Status
Has formal escalation taken place?
No
Activity
Approved budget
0.0 days
Activity this month
0.0 days
Activity this year
0.0 days
Activity to date
0.0 days
Estimate to complete current year
0.0 days
Estimate to complete future years
0.0 days

Project Info

Project
Card Services: Feasibility study of door access function via smartphone
Code
USI017
Programme
Innovation Programme 2018/19
Management Office
ISG PMO
Project Manager
Paul Gorman
Project Sponsor
Gosia Such
Current Stage
Close
Status
Closed
Start Date
10-Oct-2018
Planning Date
n/a
Delivery Date
31-May-2019
Close Date
30-Jun-2019
Overall Priority
Normal

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