This page lists some examples on how you can use BioUptime in biometric applications.

Biometric Enrollment Applications and Services

Consolidating/displaying primary site information on three different levels:
  • Organization information
  • Installation information
  • Unit information (test subject, device, applications, service, system)
Collecting and archiving events and transactions (logs)
Longer-term operational monitoring can reveal trends, cyclical behaviour, and anomalous events (ISO/IEC FCD 19795-6, see Annex E)
Computing and presenting performance-related variables (metrics and stats) such as:

  • Number of enrollees
  • Total background database
  • Total number of samples
  • Transaction duration (ISO/IEC FCD 19795-6, see Annex E)
  • Comparison score (ISO/IEC FCD 19795-6, see Annex E)
  • Image quality score (ISO/IEC FCD 19795-6, see Annex E)
  • Rejection decisions in verification systems (ISO/IEC FCD 19795-6, see Annex E)
  • Alarms in identification systems (ISO/IEC FCD 19795-6, see Annex E)
  • Failure to enroll rate (FTE)
  • Failure to acquire rate (FTA)

Remote performance and availability (health status) monitoring on the following levels:

  • Capture device
  • Application/service components:
  • Database Service
  • Enrollment
  • Template generating app
  • Data management service
  • System components such as:
  • Enrollment server
  • Database server
Displaying and sending (via email) alerts and diagnosis information
Accessing the above features via a web-based UI

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