Nestack worked to develop a biometric attendance system which marks attendance and interfaces with various different devices such as fingerprint sensors, door sensors, smart cards, RF card readers, and more. It provides a biometric attendance unit, whereby an employee places the pad of their finger onto a sensor. This sensor scans the fingerprint and matches it with all stored data from employee fingerprints. If there is a match, it returns an ID for the employee which is cross-referenced with all present employees. The presence of this employee will then be recorded (they can also mark attendance using an RFID card). This gives highly secure but automated access to various areas as required in an easily updateable manner.
This biometric attendance system was built via Java to allow access to authorized individuals while blocking access to those who aren’t authorized. It can prevent human error or mistakes due to outdated access permits or lost ID cards. The RFID reader works internally with the fingerprint data software, and employee fingerprints are securely stored. The RFID reader will log the date and time of access when a fingerprint is presented, so attendance can be validated later on if necessary. This also makes it easy to log when employees were present and when they left so that hours can be calculated accurately and employee movement can be accounted for. It is a high-security low-cost solution for attendance which makes use of state-of-the-art biometric technology.
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