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The Best time clocks

Simplify Your System, and Save Time with a Facial Recognition or Iris Time Clock

The best face recognition time clocks quickly identify users and match their credentials, so that there is no waiting around at the start or end of the workday. Forget long queues out the door as staff mistype pin number pass codes, search for proximity cards, or wait as their time card is printed. A contactless, biometric system makes life easy.

Your new face recognition clocking in system will also make life easier for the payroll team. With an accurate record of everyone’s hours, timesheets can be collated easily and efficiently. Many systems will even allow employees to check on their hours and schedule right there at the terminal.

Another benefit of a system that allows you to account for time so efficiently is better job costing. You can easily track time spent for a specific job, project, or client, without the need to implement any new (and potentially time consuming) systems.

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Faceid/iris Recognition Employee Time Clock

The easiest way for employees to clock in and clock out securely, is with a facial recognition or iris time clock. A hygienic solution for today’s connected world, the most efficient and accurate facial recognition time clocks use either an infrared camera to recognise facial features, or an iris recognition system which takes a photo of the iris to use for identification purposes. This is not a retina scan.

If you have been searching for a touch-free alternative to fingerprint time clocks, then an iris or facial recognition time attendance system may provide the ideal solution for your workplace. The camera detects when a user approaches, and can even adjust the scanning angle (for iris recognition) to the user’s height.

Whether you choose an iris recognition or face ID system, you will immediately see the benefits. No more forgotten pass codes, lost key fobs, or misplaced proximity cards. Users always have their ID with them, and no longer need to use a high-touch surface such as a biometric fingerprint scanner.