Neurotechnology releases new biometric access solutions – Planet Biometrics

Posted: March 29, 2017 at 11:29 am

Lithuanian biometric software company Neurotechnology has announced the release of two biometric time and attendance tracking products.

The release includes the new NCheck Cloud Bio Attendance cloud-based service and the updated NCheck Bio Attendance 4.0 software.

NCheck Cloud Bio Attendance uses biometric face recognition to enable users to check in and out from anywhere via the internet by taking selfies using personal devices or a dedicated device for all users in the company.

The company noted that NCheck Bio Attendance software provides enhanced speed and usability and adds iris recognition to its fingerprint and face recognition capabilities for mobile or on-site time and attendance logging. Both NCheck Cloud Bio Attendance and NCheck Bio Attendance 4.0 generate reports on their own and can export data to third party payroll applications.

A company can set up the NCheck Cloud time and attendance solution in just a few minutes, said Vaidas Didvalis, NCheck project manager for Neurotechnology. Users can check-in and check-out from anywhere using their own devices or they can use a dedicated device for a group of users. Iris recognition integration into the standalone NCheck Bio Attendance enables biometric check-in and check-out when fingerprints and face cannot be used a capability that hospitals and clinical research labs find particularly useful, Didvalis added.

The company said the new NCheck Cloud Bio Attendance cloud-based time and attendance service, all data is accessible via the internet, so administrators can review attendance data, generate reports, add new users and complete other administrative functions with no need to install or maintain software. Up to five users can be registered using a free account.

NCheck Bio Attendance 4.0 provides an extra measure of security with the addition of RFID card and barcode reader integration, which enables user identification through a combination of card scans and biometric verification. The addition of iris recognition is particularly useful in facilities where users cannot touch fingerprint sensors or where faces are often covered, such as hospitals and laboratories. The system administrator can choose which biometric option is preferred.

The latest NCheck version also includes an array of useful new reports, including productivity, absentee and late arrival. As in previous versions, NCheck Bio Attendance 4.0 works with standard Windows PCs and off-the-shelf Android devices; supports a wide range of fingerprint scanners, device cameras and webcams; and includes GPS logging, database synchronization for remote workers, user grouping, shift support and attendance planning among other capabilities.

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