Face recognition attendance systems are a type of biometric attendance system that uses facial recognition technology to identify and verify the identity of individuals for the purpose of attendance tracking.
These systems work by using a camera to capture an image of a person’s face, and then analyzing the image to extract unique features such as the distance between the eyes, the shape of the jawline, and the contours of the face. These features are then compared to a database of stored images to determine the identity of the individual.
Facial recognition attendance systems are becoming increasingly popular in workplaces, schools, and other organizations as a way to automate attendance tracking and reduce the need for manual record-keeping. They offer a more secure and efficient alternative to traditional methods such as paper-based sign-in sheets or barcode scanners.
Simple in terms of management and operation.
The Face Recognition Terminals allow for quick and simple registration using a variety of access ways, as well as simple device configuration using either the web or a graphical user interface. The app on the user’s smartphone allows for more convenient remote access to a variety of features, including the ability to monitor live view, unlock doors, check event logs, and more.
Access can be granted through card, PIN code, fingerprint, face, or iris; web-based or graphical user interface setting is supported.