Neurotechnology updates workforce management system, adds facial recognition

July 23, 2013 - 

Neurotechnology has announced the launch of its new NCheck Bio Attendance 2.0 system.

The new system uses biometric fingerprint and facial recognition to track the time and attendance of users, as a workforce management solution.

This new release is an update to the company’s existing NCheck Finger Attendance system. The new iteration has added facial recognition and also features client-server architecture, allowing multiple connections.

“At the request of our customers, we have added client-server support to the latest version of our NCheck software,” Vaidas Didvalis, NCheck Project Manager for Neurotechnology said. “Now NCheck is capable of serving more users across distributed locations. The addition of face recognition provides additional flexibility in how the software can be used.”

The company also says more than 90 different fingerprint scanners work with the system, as well as webcams and IP cameras.

Reported previously, Neurotechnology also recently launched a new iteration of its MegaMatcher  software and hardware system. To this new system as well, the company has added facial recognition.

 

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