NCheck Bio Attendance

Face, fingerprint & iris biometrics for attendance management

An end-user biometric system designed to automate attendance control in a wide range of business applications, from employee time tracking to check-in at events, clubs, clinics, public and commercial facilities.

Designed for installation on a desktop computer or laptop or tablet (PC) that is running under Microsoft Windows. Also can be used on Android-based smartphones or tablets.

System Requirements

We recommend to install NCheck Bio Attendance software on a dedicated PC, laptop, tablet or smartphone, which does not run any non-related applications. Such configuration is required for stable and optimal system performance.

To install and run NCheck Bio Attendance software your system should meet the following requirements:

  • Microsoft Windows specific:
    • A PC or laptop or tablet with x86 32- or 64-bit processor.
    • Microsoft Windows 7 / 8 / 10, 32-bit or 64-bit.
  • Android specific:
    • A tablet or smartphone with ARM-based processor. At least 1.5 GHz clock rate recommended for convenient performance. Slower processors may be also used, but the fingerprint or face processing will take longer time.
    • The device should have at least 512 MB of RAM.
    • At least 2 GB of free storage space on a build-in flash or external memory card.
    • Android 4.0 or newer.
  • One of the following devices for capturing fingerprints, faces or irises:
    • A fingerprint reader that is supported by NCheck software. 300 x 400 pixel fingerprint image size is recommended; you may find more details in the comparison table of the supported scanners.
    • A webcam, smartphone or tablet built-in camera, or other camera with at least 640 x 480 pixel native resolution.
      Smartphone and tablet users should note that we recommend to use front camera in most cases, whereas the rear camera is more suitable, when an operator scans and checks attendees.
    • An iris scanner:
      • We highly recommend to use specialized iris scanners, which capture eye images in near-infrared spectral region and provide appropriate illumination and image quality for the most accurate iris recognition. Usage convenience is also assured as these scanners do not have any exceptional usage constraints. See the list of supported iris scanners.
      • A smartphone or tablet build-in camera may be also used for iris capture, but proper illumination, focus and environment should be assured. Usually an operator should perform eye image capture with a smartphone or tablet camera.