Press Release Summary:
As end-user biometric system, NCheck Bio Attendance v2.0 automates time and attendance control. System uses biometric fingerprint and face identification to track time and attendance of each user, automatically calculates summary time, and generates printable reports. Along with interface that supports webcams, IP cameras, andÂ 90+ fingerprint scanner models, software features client-server architectureÂ that makes it possible to connect multiple installations into one system.
Original Press Release:
Neurotechnology Announces NCheck Bio Attendance 2.0 Biometric Time and Attendance Software
NCheck Bio Attendance 2.0 Now Includes Both Fingerprint and Facial Biometrics and Adds Client-Server Architecture to NCheck Time and Attendance Software
VILNIUS, Lithuania -- Neurotechnology, a provider of high-precision biometric identification technologies, today announced the release of NCheck Bio Attendance 2.0, an end-user biometric system designed to automate time and attendance control. NCheck uses biometric fingerprint and face identification to track the time and attendance of each user, automatically calculates summary time and generates printable reports. The flexibility of NCheck makes it suitable for use in a wide range of business applications, from employee time tracking to check-in at events, concerts, clubs, clinics, public and commercial facilities.
NCheck Bio Attendance 2.0 is an update to Neurotechnology's NCheck Finger Attendance system. The new NCheck features the addition of face recognition to the existing fingerprint capability, allowing for check-in and check-out using a basic web-cam. The new software also features client-server architecture, making it possible to connect multiple installations into a single system. It is backward compatible, supports the upgrading of existing NCheck Finger Attendance databases and uses the latest fingerprint and face identification algorithms from Neurotechnology.
"At the request of our customers, we have added client-server support to the latest version of our NCheck software," said Vaidas Didvalis, NCheck Project Manager for Neurotechnology. "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," Didvalis added.
The software can be installed on a desktop computer or laptop (PC) running Microsoft Windows. It can also be used in kiosk systems that are based on PC hardware, mounted fingerprint scanners or web-cams and Windows OS.
The ability to enroll both facial and fingerprint biometric data in NCheck Bio Attendance 2.0 provides added flexibility for the customer and enables users to select the more convenient method for person identification. The ready-to-use biometric software has a user-friendly interface that supports web cams, IP cameras and more than ninety fingerprint scanner models. The fast-operating software is based on a reliable NIST MINEX-compliant fingerprint engine. A 30-day trial with full functionality is available for download and evaluation.
NCheck Bio Attendance 2.0 and the entire updated Neurotechnology biometric product line are available through Neurotechnology or from distributors worldwide. For more information, go to: http://www.neurotechnology.com.
Neurotechnology is a provider of high-precision biometric fingerprint, face, iris, palmprint and voice identification algorithms, object recognition technology and software development products. More than 2500 system integrators, security companies and hardware providers integrate Neurotechnology's algorithms into their products, with millions of customer installations worldwide.
Neurotechnology's identification algorithms have consistently earned the highest honors in some of the industry's most rigorous competitions, including the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)'s Fingerprint Vendor Technology Evaluation (FpVTE), the Minutiae Interoperability Exchange Test (MINEX), the Iris Exchange (IREX) and the Fingerprint Verification Competitions (FVC).
Drawing from years of academic research in the fields of neuroinformatics, image processing and pattern recognition, Neurotechnology was founded in 1990 in Vilnius, Lithuania and released its first fingerprint identification system in 1991. Since that time the company has released more than 100 products and version upgrades for identification and verification of objects and personal identity.
Jennifer Allen Newton
Bluehouse Consulting Group, Inc.