Access Control System:
We offer a wide range of integrated electronic access control solutions from access control systems, door controllers and card readers, biometric systems, servers, proximity cards, and access control software. We offer browser-based access control software which combines powerful features and ease-of-use to easily manage single-door to enterprise-wide access control installations.
Time and Attendance access control series featuring biometric fingerprint verification sensor and technologies, the devices are used to install on the door entrance with built-in time and attendance management software to better manage multi-access points attendance control and duty roster arrangement.
Biometric Time Attendance Reader ensures that no employee can punch in for another, which eliminates time fraud and reduces payroll costs. Because every person’s fingerprint, iris, voice, retina face, hand, vein and signature are unique, a biometric time clock provides a quick, accurate, and reliable way to record “In” and “Out” punches for each employee. The most common, reliable and successful system is the one based on Finger Prints. Users are supposed to put their thumb/index finger (or any specified finger) in the finger reader. The system then compares the finger print that is read with that in the central database for authentication. Most of the Biometric Systems do not keep an image of the fingerprint but a template. A template is basically a number that is calculated based on various characteristics of the fingerprint. Such an approach is desirable so that unauthorized persons may not sneak in unauthorized images of finger print in the database. When a Finger print is to be matched, it’s ‘template’ number is computed and compared with that stored in the database. Most systems allow for dry, greasy, chaffed and minor cuts on the fingers. The other biometric systems are based on ‘Retina of the eye’, Palm, photograph or voice pattern recognition. The Palm based systems take the image of the palm from various angles and compare the same. The system that is based on Finger Prints is most popular and economical.
Student attendance is a growing concern in many cities. Modern schools are faced with growing classroom sizes and find it increasingly difficult to ensure that students are arriving at the school or to particular classes on time. Most schools rely on handwritten attendance records and have no way to centralize or share data. Add multiple buildings or offsite classes to the mix, and attendance becomes even more difficult to monitor. What if there were ways to monitor student attendance for one or more physical sites, and make the attendance data available in real time through a central database?