Biometric Access Control
The new generation of smart devices in biometrics for access control enhances building security, internal communications, and employee management, at a significantly lower total cost of ownership than previous biometric systems for physical access control. Whether being used to access a building, secure restricted locations within, or for time and attendance management, biometric authentication technology has come a long way. Just a few years ago, the debate surrounding biometrics was focused on whether biometrics were accurate and could handle large populations, among many other operational issues. Today, these arguments are closed: the focus now is on enhancing the value associated with accurate and secure biometric authentication.
Your Phone Is Your Key
Mobile phones are practically universal these days with 77 percent of UK adults having a smartphone. Globally, 2.71 billion people use smartphones – about a third of the world’s population.
Mobile key technology makes it easier for a hotel, casino, or luxury residential property to manage guest needs better and can increase guest satisfaction. Keyless entry, when combined with mobile check-in, gives guests the ability to skip the front desk and go straight to their guest rooms, which reduces check-in times and front desk friction. So, why should your property convert to mobile key access?
Time & Attendance Systems
Time & Attendance system is the modern-day clocking in/out system. Electronic readers enable employees to use either a card or tag, mobile or biometrics such as a fingerprint or the irises of their eyes, to register the arrival, break and leave times.
Our Time and Attendance systems can save you time and money by automating the calculation of attendance hours, overtime, holidays and provide management of absences (all exportable to payroll in minutes) and provides evidence in proof of compliancy within working time regulations by monitoring staff hours.
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Credential Access Control
One of the most widely utilised means of providing access control is by the use of a credential with unique encoding, often in the form of a contactless card or ‘fob’. These systems offer anything from a single door system right the way through to multi-door, multi-site systems capable of managing thousands of personnel.