Biometric terminals offer a host of advantages including eliminating buddy clocking and removing the cost of consumables. With a range of options available, there are hardware solutions to suit all requirements. Our biometric solutions can be configured to work with all our products including iTime, iHR and iAccess.

Advantages of Biometric Terminals

Biometric terminals recognise an employee’s fingerprint, eliminating the need for swipe cards of fobs. Using biometrics can stop employee’s committing time fraud and ‘buddy clocking’ (clocking on behalf of a friend or colleague) as the fingerprints cannot be copied. There is also the added benefit of cutting the time spent manually adding hours for employees who have forgotten their card or fob.

Biometric Terminal Options

Accutouch Fingerprint Biometric terminals will be configured to suit your clocking environment, and are able to work with dirty, wet, dry or damaged fingerprints as required.

  • Multispectral imaging optical sensor
  • Durable
  • Shatter-resistant IP65 sensor
  • Fast enrolment
  • Fast tap-and-go user interface
  • No loss of performance over broad temperature range
  • Prevent buddy clocking and other time fraud

The Fingerprint Biometric Terminal

Dirty fingerprints, dry fingerprints, wet fingerprints, damaged fingerprints… in the real world almost any fingerprint condition can be quickly read by the Maximus AccuTouch thanks to the Lumidigm optical imager.

Key features include:

  • Multispectral imaging optical sensor
  • Durable
  • Shatter-resistant IP65 sensor
  • Fast enrolment of users
  • Fast tap-and-go user interface
  • No loss of performance over broad temperature range

 

Considerations for Biometric Terminals

Recording information using biometrics is a very sensitive procedure and getting the right terminal for your environment is the key to its success. Over the years our team has gained a wealth of knowledge using different technologies and are on hand to recommend the best technology for your business.

Typically, customers should consider:

  • The cleanliness of the environment/employees and if any contaminants may affect the terminal.
  • Hygienic issues in healthcare or medical environments
  • Social and cultural acceptance of storing fingerprint and biometric data