A facial recognition electronic time clock device is capable of identifying an employee from dual-sensor infrared technology and then stored in a database which creates a profile based on the facial structure of the employee
Facial recognition Time and Attendance systems are ideal time clock systems for small business and typically compared to other biometrics time clock devices like fingerprint, hand reader biometrics and iris recognition systems. This technology can differentiate between a live face and an imposter, a two-dimensional picture making facial recognition an ideal selection for high security applications world wide. The Australian and New Zealand Customs Services have an automated border processing system that uses facial recognition. Tocumen International Airport in Panama operates Facial recognition property-wide, and one of the largest face recognition systems in the world is utilized by the U.S. Department of State.
Facial recognition technology eliminates the need for touching a hand scanner, using a fingerprint reader, swiping a card, or punching in a personal identification number and is ideal for conditions where hygiene is an elevated concern, such as medical and clean room applications. Eliminating the cost of badges or other cards is one way to keep electronic time clock systems costs low, effective riddance of buddy punching time theft which is one employee to clock in for another is another.