[AI] accessibility of biometric attendance machine
vedprakash.sharma at gmail.com
Mon Sep 3 08:26:30 EDT 2018
Is that friend working in a Delhi Government school or with some central
schools or the private ones?
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Subject: Re: [AI] accessibility of biometric attendance machine
I know of a friend whose school has a device where he has to put his finger
for impression only and no number. It has a voice response like thank you
etc. You may talk to him directly on 9804182913.
With best regards
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Subject: [AI] accessibility of biometric attendance machine
> Recently, many Delhi Government Department, especially, schools, have
> shifted from manual attendance system to biometric attendance system.
> In Delhi schools, the machine which is being used is not accessible to
> the visually impaired. It has a touch screen, where, after touching
> any of our fingers, we have to enter the User Registration number. The
> finger detecter is at a recognizable place but the numbers cannot be
> entered by touching on the screen as they appear as a dial pad like
> android phones but there is no speech access on the machine. So there
> is no way a V I can mark his/her presence independently.
> Has anybody got any solution for this obstacle? Is there any
> system/machine which is android based and comes with a speech output?
> If so, kindly give your opinions. We can demand the same
> system/machines from our administration.
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