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Neurotechnology upgrades facial biometrics and other features of time and attendance system

 

Neurotechnology has updated its NCheck Bio Attendance system with enhanced facial recognition that can recognize multiple faces in a single image, in addition to its support for fingerprint and iris biometrics.

The enhancements simplify user check-in and check-out processes with smartphones, computers, or dedicated devices and make it easier for managers to collect and analyze attendance data, generate reports, or use data with payroll systems, according to the announcement.

The new NCheck Bio Attendance 5.0 can also be installed in private and public cloud environments, or in a more traditional client-server framework, and comes with an improved user interface for administrators.

“This NCheck release improves upon the previous version in every aspect,” said Vaidas Didvalis, NCheck Project Manager for Neurotechnology. “It is also more interoperable, working seamlessly with other systems, and allows for easier integration into existing human resources related software.”

Live face detection from video camera feeds is also available, as is offline user recognition if the connection to the server is lost.

As with previous versions, GPS data is automatically logged for users checking in and out of the system, and NCheck Bio Attendance also supports RFID and barcode identification, in addition to biometrics.

The company’s cloud-focused subsidiary SkyBiometry launched an update of its face detection and recognition algorithm in July.

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