Case Study

One time Visitor registration to visit any venue situated in multi sited buildings managed by a single agency

Problem Statement by Customer icon

one time Problem Statement of Customer

"In Kenya registration of every visitor is mandatory and it is really a painful exercise for people to get registered at each building separately. People did not want to share data at each building due to privacy issues. There was Huge wastage of visitor time and concierge time"

Our Findings

Our Findings

"Non -availability of specified (App compatible) hardware in client's country was making the process of selection much more difficult. Client unwillingness to utilize SMS's owing to cost impication. Client later on decided to go with face match APIs. Each building owner felt comfortable with differing UI/UX."

Construct ofarchitecture icon

Construct of solution architecture

"Provided an app based solution where each data is available on realtime basis to following dashboards Client to access all data Building owner (only data related to his / her building) Office owner (Only Data available to his / her office More over office owner can select a particular person in advance to book advance appointment"

Our Findings

Realities on ground and how they were overcome during installation and commissioning

"Hardware sourcing took a lot of time and finally we had to find a common supplier supplying tablets in India as well as Kenya Client was unable to finalize Facematch APIs due to cost considerations. There were delays owing to cross border interactions"

Conclusion and recommendations

Conclusion and recommendations given to management for future improvements

We proposed to use a face match API, irrespective of cost. Making a local channel partner was found necessary to make the solution launch successful and One visit to "train the trainer" was necessary.

NFC Story

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