Face Recognition Face Recognition

Face Recognition Terminals

Time and Attendance

Face Station 2

Facial Recognition Clocking Terminals

Face recognition terminals are now a popular alternative to fingerprint and hand geometry based biometric clocking. Contactless clocking and fast accurate recognition speeds are two of the core reasons why businesses are increasing turning to facial recognition for time and attendance. Large numbers of employees can quickly be processed without the need to enter any information directly into the terminal when clocking. This makes face recognition ideal for organisations with peak throughput at shift changeover.

Hygienic Time and Attendance

Facial recognition avoids problems related to dust, sweat and grease on dirty hands making it a hygienic and inclusive technology that can be used by all workers. Like all biometric terminals, face recognition terminals eliminate buddy clocking issues.

We offer two outstanding facial recognition terminals from Suprema: the Face Lite and the FaceStation 2. Both offer wide reading angles to cope with people of various heights and an optional tilt bracket is available for the FaceStation 2 to allow wheelchair users to use the same terminal as people standing up. Suprema terminals allow up to five images to be captured of each employee for comparison. This means that employees can change their look each day with no adverse effects to clocking. Changes to hair length, beard growth, piercing, headwear, glasses etc. are easily be accommodated.

Reliable Access Control

Face recognition is also suitable for internal access control applications and can cope with low light conditions due to improved operating luminance or infrared face detection.

Key Benefits

  • Contactless technology

  • Instant facial recognition and authentication

  • High capacities for face and clocking record storage

  • Suitable for internal installations

  • Access control and time & attendance functionality support

  • Securely encrypted biometric data

  • Integrated RFID reader as standard