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Even in retirement, Richard Johnstone, 83, continues to innovate and share his knowledge of technology.

Australia is considering using surveillance cameras with facial recognition technology to identify problem drinkers in the Northern Territory and refuse selling them alcohol.

The new facial recognition system is intended to prevent criminals from entering the territory with fake or third-party identities.

India’s Panjab University will soon introduce a biometric time and attendance tracking system for campus staff, the university’s officials have announced.

The rising use of biometrics in law enforcement mainly depends on the development of automated fingerprint identification system (AFIS). In addition to the advances in AFIS itself, extension of its life cycle and reduction in associated maintenance spend will be important to boost the technology’s uptake.

Intermittent employee sickness absence is a real problem for many employers. This has resulted in some businesses operating “absence management programmes” (“AMP”), in effect a disciplinary procedure through which regularly absent employees are processed. After a specified number of intermittent days of absence, employees get put through each stage, ending up in dismissal if they do not improve their absence level sufficiently.

San Diego Local police agencies are expanding the use of facial recognition cameras to identify suspects in the field.

Two years ago, local police agencies started testing facial recognition in the field.

China could soon say bye-bye to bank cards as it gives life to the first of its facial recognition enabled ATMs.

Violence at schools across the USA has prompted Orange County Public Schools to implement a new management system for visitors.

A group of former engineering students from the University of Waterloo have developed a quick-release biometric bike lock that unlocks using the user’s fingerprint.

It wasn’t long ago that Microsoft entertained us all with age-recognition software that could tell you how old you looked in your Facebook photos.

Now,  the tech giant has developed a similar app that supposedly analyses people’s facial expressions.

An atomic-scale fingerprint could boost the security of connected devices, according to British scientists who have developed it.

Qatar‘s economy has continuously shown a promising growth over the years and is anticipated to witness tremendous infrastructure development owing to upcoming FIFA World Cup 2022.

In the continuing debate over the background checks favored by ride-booking services, or transportation network companies (TNCs), and the current mandatory fingerprinting for the taxi industry in San Jose, the main question should be which protects the public more. 

Synel UK would like to congratulate our valued customers at the Rugby Football Union and Twickenham Stadium for the fabulous and fantastic opening ceremony and great start to the Rugby World Cup 2015.

David Cameron is announcing the latest wave of free schools in England, as a step towards his manifesto pledge of 500 more over the next five years.

Unite wants the retailer to move thousands of zero-hours workers at its main warehouse in Shirebrook on to permanent contracts

More than a million workers will fail to take their full entitlement of leave this year, according to a report.

It found workers will give up a total of 6.2 million days of annual leave, with the average of unused holiday standing at five days.


| 18 August, 2015

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| 18 August, 2015

The College Merthyr Tydfil – “EduReg is not only user friendly but also a powerful management solution as well. ”