VProctor is a proctoring software based on technology developed by two Computer Science Professors at Arizona State University. The software monitors a student's physical environment during an online exam, to deter cheating and provide an audit trail and evidence when cheating does occur. What makes our proctoring system unique is the ability to use a webcam and microphone with computer vision and audio pattern recognition algorithms to highlight infractions. VProctor works on Windows and Macs and is easy to deploy and scale with secure backend servers on Amazon's Cloud. Live Chat support is available to students during exams for no extra cost. Find out below how VProctor works and request a demo.
VProctor's patent pending technology continuously monitors the video, audio and screens (including multiple monitors) of the students. Potential infractions (or incidents) causes one or more VProctor Triggers to deploy. Incidents are then reviewed by human proctors and a final report is generated for the instructor/institution to take appropriate action. We catch 6-8% of the population cheating when taking an exam; which is about the rate of cheating professionals agree on. The data is then available via an intuitive user interface for the instructor(s) to review at a later time. See the Tech Details for more information.