Inspera Smarter Proctoring

Use secure, online proctoring on a high scale via advanced monitoring of test-takers. Adjust the remote proctoring capabilities to balance privacy concerns and exam integrity.

What is Inspera Smarter Proctoring?

Inspera Smarter Proctoring includes advanced monitoring of test-takers via webcam and screen sharing technology - either fully automated, human proctored, or combined.


Flexible exam settings

Modular approach to allow flexible exam settings on test-level, e.g. switching on/off AI features or screen recording when needed.


Identity verification

Simplify identity checks with AI facial-recognition.


Advanced monitoring

Monitor test-takers live with advanced analytics, get notified of any suspicious behaviour and intervene as required.


Test session recording

Review end-to-end video recording of each test-taker's webcam (video & audio) and screen, or navigate directly to flagged suspicious activities.


Network resilience

Continuous monitoring despite the temporary loss of internet connectivity.


Live remote proctoring

One-click configuration to add live remote proctoring via Zoom integration (scheduled to be released in spring 2021).

How does it work for students

1. System Readiness Checks

Inspera will provide students with automated checks to make sure their microphone and webcam are functioning properly.

2. Automatic Identity Checks

Students will then take their picture using their webcam to authenticate the test-taker identity.

3. Manual Identity Checks

Identification anomalies can be manually checked by invigilators after the exam.

System requirements

Windows 7, 8 or 10 on 64-bit platforms Mac OS X 10.12 or later
100MB of free storage Web camera (internal or external) and microphone A broadband internet connection

Benefits compared to other products on the market?

Fully integrated with the Inspera Exam Portal. Works with any interruption in internet connectivity. Rich evidence material with both webcam (video and audio) and screen recording. Fast forward version showing screen and webcam recording together. Add events in webcam recording when new persons are entering the screen.

 The deans have been eager, as they can see the benefits. And once the users have transitioned to digital examination, they would not go back to the old system – there is no question of that. The use of digital examinations has risen steadily.


Anne-Lise Lande

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