||14 ROTHERY STREET, NELSPRUIT
Visit us at : www.antslogic.co.za
| Street Address|| 14 ROTHERY STREET|
| Postal Address|| P.O. BOX 19027|
| Tel no || +27 (0)13 753 5386|
| Fax no || +27 (0)13 753 5386|
| Cel no || +27 (0)84 400 5151|
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| Contact|| JASON ELLIS||
| TIME AND ATTENDANCE CONTROL|
| Suppliers of Biometric technology in the workplace|
| Specialist in Time and Attendance control|
| Owner|| Jason Ellis|
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| Monday - Thursday|| 08:00 - 17:00|
| Friday|| 08:00 - 16:00|
| Saturday|| Not open|
| Sunday / Public|| Not open||
"To develop and integrate relevant technologies and software environments, in order for corporate and public enterprises to leverage the maximum efficiency and manageability with the technology and tools available. AntsLogic designs, develops and implements end-user solutions with simplicity and flexibility as a core design requisite. The finished products and solutions are designed to fulfill an organizations predetermined needs in a manner that will ensure the maximum Return on Investment."
Who we are!
AntsLogic is a division of The Ants Factory (Pty) Ltd. As a group we develop and distribute a number of solutions as out-of-the-box products. With expertise pooled from a number of different environments, such as business processors experts, financial management systems, software designers/developers and hardware experts. This enables The Ants Factory Group to leverage skills on every level and subject to produce a synthesis of hardware/software solutions with the core design requisite being simplicity, usability and economy.
Biometrics is the science and technology of measuring and statistically analyzing biological data. Today, many companies are exploring biometric technologies for authenticating users. Here are some facts about AntsLogic's brand of biometrics:
What are the different kinds of biometrics?
Fingerprint, voice, signature, hand geometry, face geometry and iris or retinal scans are all in use today. Each different type has its advantages and disadvantages, making each suitable for different types of applications. Fingerprint is the most mature and most commonly used type for most applications.
Fingerprint biometrics is based on the patterns on the fingerprint which have been used for identification purposes for centuries. There are a variety of techniques and systems which use the unique features of the fingerprint to identify it. Some of these features are-
Minutiae points. These are the points where fingerprint ridges lines start, stop, or fork. A typical fingerprint has around 70 minutiae points.