BioEnable has announced the launch of Child ID solutions, in Pune, India. With this improved electronic tracking system, the company aims at reducing the incidents of newborn child swapping and child thefts.
“There are lot of cases of child theft and newborn child swaps by mistake or intentional. Most of them are either not reported or are never known to parents. All these can be controlled with such Child ID solutions,” said Pradeep Bhatia, MD, BioEnable Technologies Pvt. Ltd.
Moreover, the system is completely based upon Cloud networking, with advanced Terminal kits for registration and verification of every new born child in the hospital.
Bhatia further remarked, “BioEnable is glad to offer Child-ID solutions, which will cater to the identification requirements for the children in the age group of 0(newborn) to up to 12 years. Further, the system is completely modularized and can be extended to integrate with existing healthcare systems specific to children.”
BioEnable has announced recently that they are launching a FBI PIV certified scanner enBioScan-C1 -STQC Certified. The manufacturer of the device has made sure that this complies with ISO standards such as ISO 19794, ISO 19792, NIST and ANSI.
Pradeep Bhatia, MD, BioEnable said, “This is combination of High quality & cost effectiveness, which will revolutionize the single finger scanner market. With World class algorithms & hardware, the scanner outperforms FRR /FAR requirements set by STQC / UIDAI.”
Along with customization feature, this device will also feature extremely high quality image capturing. It is expected that this device will perfectly cater to the needs of the government or semi government projects as it is both customizable and is able to work seamlessly with UIDAI-Aadhaar Authentication server.
BioEnable has launched its first Iris scanner developed and manufactured in India. “BioEnable Iris one” is a computer based USB plug and play device and capture high resolution iris images as per international standards.
BioEnable Iris one is said to be a single eye Iris scanner with advanced security features. It has been specially designed with looks and operations very similar to a barcode scanner used commonly in retail stores. It can be used like a barcode scanner with difference being; instead of barcode it shall be held in front of the eye to scan the Iris.
Pradeep Bhatia, MD, BioEnable said, “Considering the importance of Iris recognition in UID Aadhaar project and high cost of Iris scanners available from few international manufacturers, we decided to develop our own Iris Scanner. We are very excited to announce that we are the first company to have launched it. We will soon send our scanner for certification for use in various government projects.”
BioEnable has Launched “Fingerprint Based Contract Labour Management System” to tackle the issues related to the same and managing it properly.
Manmohan Kumar, VP, Marketing Said, “Managing Labours are very difficult as every day different labours are being provided by the contractors based on their availability and instance like absenteeism of committed labours leads to Financial Loss in terms of paying extra to Contractors where they are showing labours on paper and companies are unaware of their absenteeism and ultimately loss in production because of lack of manpower.”
He further added, “After a thorough study of the present system and irregularity related to the same with different manufacturing companies, BioEnable has designed a “Fingerprint Based Contract Labour Management System” after understanding the complete requirement to plug the Loop Holes and offer a Fool Proof System to manage the Contractors and the Labours provided by them efficiently to optimize its cost and production.”
The CLMS Designed by BioEnable is based on Biometric Fingerprint Technology where all the Labours will be registered with their Fingerprint and other details which can be used for verification as well and only the authorized labours will enter the premise based on the Quota defined and approved by the Companies Higher Authorities through the system itself.