Troy-based Copper Range Inc. last week announced enhancements to CRScan, a patented rules based job site access control system that wirelessly authenticates worker data. CRScan is able to accurately check a worker’s credentials against a database of information almost anywhere in a fraction of a second.
It then provides up-to-date reporting of attendance, and compliance with drug test programs, safety training certifications, area access approvals, and any other mandated requirements.
“The latest enhancements are a result of listening to our customers,” said Peter Kochevar, Copper Range CTO. “Meeting the needs of our customers and adjusting the ease of our functionality makes good business sense. To name a few enhancements, we’ve added more reporting options, provided additional details for scanned in workers and dates of drug test requirements.”
Kochevar holds a doctorate in computer science from Cornell University and is a former visiting scientist at the San Diego Super Computer Center. He has been awarded three technology related patents to-date.
Copper Range offers data exchange products using the latest computer, Internet, cellular and communications technologies. CR products include patented Rules Based Jobsite Access Control (RBJAC) software, wireless devices and all-digital Web-based systems to replace cumbersome paper-based processes. CR products have over 125,000 registered users and have been used on more than 3,000 projects world-wide ranging from small projects to large scale construction projects over $3 billion in contract value. CR clients include some of the largest industrial, manufacturing, construction and entertainment companies in the world.
More at www.copperrange.com.
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