Poor internet in the area, untrained personnel & client wanted a manpower
free solution at the gate.
The School had only 450 students and only one gate which was used both for entry and exit. From this same gate, students were going to the play ground also. However, the school did not want to capture entry to the playground..
We decided to put a UHF RFID reader and entry and exit gate (Even though NFC solution was being provided for bus tracking). We proposed combi cards (both UHF and NFC) so that it would work for both gate and bus attendance capture.
"We found that instead of using one reader there should always be 2 readers at the gate to get 100% efficacy. We also found that Main application system on local environment was erratic in the absence of trained IT person in school.
“Institutions have saved over 20% in time and costs by adopting our state-of-the-art attendance managment system, time & face recognition system”
Yes it can.
Yes. If you want you can use this card as a cashless payment card. For this there will be a separate Point of Sale application required. The COCO ecosystem has it all.
Yes it can. We have multiple ways in which it can be used for attendance, contact us to see which solution is right for you.
By using the COCO card and placing readers at various locations inside a specified campus, we can track people.
Yes, it is possible to remotely block any card with the COCO system.
Yes, the system is fully customisable and can send an SMS after any step as programmed.
Yes, it is configurable.
Yes, in-fact we have special apps for boarding/hostel/residential schools.
We have designed the UI of the apps so that they can be used by people that are not comfortable with english as well. Big logos and simple UI is how we have done this, just basic training is required to understand this.
The “Assistance Control” project was inspired by the basic idea of the “Bologna Process”, a Pan-European collaboration which started in 1999, to adapt technology to provide a better quality of education that would allow improvement of the next generation of classroom teaching.
The best project finally chosen and tested involved students registered for classes with NFC phones, during the academic year 2011–2012 at “Universidad Pontificia de Salamanca, Campus Madrid” (UPSAM).
This resulted in the senior students at the School of Computer Engineering to certify 99.5% accuracy and ease of attendance that ensured continuous assessment without loss of instructional time allocated to this activity.
Source : Science Direct Volume 40 Issue 11, 1st September 2013, Pages 4478-4489