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  • Face System
  • UHF System
  • RFID System
  • Bio Metric System

Face Attendance System

Face Detection and Recognition technology is indeed, the most appreciable application of biometric systems, as it offers significant improvement over existing security products. It is a revolutionary product with a built-in Artificial Intelligence chip to perform face detection & recognition, in fraction of a second, with a storage capacity of 10K faces.
It is becoming an increasingly popular solution with companies suffering from loss of information and decrease in productivity due to lack of appropriate security measures. This technology also has a growing fondness in large organizations, manufacturing and production industries, data-sensitive firms, security agencies, airports and railway stations, etc.

UHF Attendance System

UHF radios are popular because they can be built around a single loop antenna from several inches to several feet across. When coupled with bouncing signals off the moon or ionosphere, someone with a UHF radio could talk to someone else on the other side of the planet. This is why UHF radios are popular with ham radio operators.
From those who are new to the world of RFID and rugged handheld computing, one of the most common questions I hear is “Which RFID frequency should I use: HF or UHF?” In this post, I’d like to help make this decision process a little bit easier. There are lots of different applications that use both HF (high frequency) and UHF (ultra-high frequency) RFID. And, like most options we have to choose between, each frequency has different pros and cons, so it really depends on what’s important for your specific application.
UHF Video
UHF Video

RFID Attendance System

Radio frequency identification is an automatic ID system. Like a barcode or the magnetic strip on a credit card, an RFID tag provides a unique identification code that can be read by a scanning device. Unlike other ID systems, RFID uses radio waves to communicate with readers. When a reader picks up these waves, it converts them into digital data that identifies the object that contains the tag. There are numerous benefits to RFID technology, but it comes with some limitations and drawbacks as well.
RFID systems can automatically pick up tag IDs from a distance and, in some cases, through obstacles between the tag and the reader. RFID systems can scan multiple items simultaneously. For example, you could scan incoming goods in your warehouse in the box, allowing you to check all contents at once without having to run individual barcode scans on each item. Other ID systems typically have a single or limited identifier for each object -- RFID tags can contain more information. Some are also read-write, allowing you to add or change data. You can implant tags into objects or use plastic coverings to protect them. This makes them more robust than some other ID tags. For example, barcodes must sit on the exterior of objects, making them prone to damage that may make them unreadable.
RFID Video
RFID Video

BIO-METRIC Attendance System

Biometric attendance machine captures your unique biological/physical feature such as your hand or finger print, iris pattern and sometimes even your voice as a record for identity verification and allows you to perform something that you are authorized to do.
The automated identification or verification of individuals based on their unique physiological or behavioural characteristics such as fingerprints, gait, iris etc. is referred to as biometric authentication. ... Potters from East Asia used to place their fingerprints on clay as it cured