Employee watches take your unique physical characteristics to record your identity and verification and recognize you every time you log in. Such systems use your vein pattern, iris pattern, fingerprint, palm print, and voice to identify you and give you authorized access to do what you want to do.
As an employer, you can use this type of technology in a number of ways, because with one click you can find all the time and attendance records of your employees. A Biometric Time tracking system is made easy with such time tracking solutions.
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Which is better: fingerprint or facial recognition?
Fingerprint recognition is an automatic method to recognize a person based on his or her fingerprint, whereas facial recognition decisions record a person's identity by registering an image of that person's face and comparing it to a live image. Both systems help record employee time quickly.
Since fingerprints are unique to each person and difficult to fake, they make the process safer and faster. Fingerprint scanners identify employees based on their fingerprints, eliminating the risk of stabbing a friend or stealing time while protecting them from employer fraud. This helps companies avoid paying employees for the hours they are not working.
Employee recognition with facial recognition is one of the best ways to track employee time and hours. Compared to fingerprint watches, facial recognition takes more time to identify or verify a person as it tries to match various facial components, including the iris, nose, and face shape, and verifies each time an employee approaches the login system.