Time & Attendance
Time & Attendance systems can benefit from combining the attributes of both Physical and Logical Access Control systems, and require back-end software to be designed so that a timed audit trail of identification attempts can be kept. This enables keeping a tally of a particular individual’s record of usage of or logging on to a system.
Such systems will benefit both physical (e.g. attendance at a workplace, so as to avoid the effect of “buddy punching”) and virtual (e.g. for teleworkers, remote hot-desking, etc.) attendance schemes.
Permission hierarchies can be easily and naturally managed (e.g. in hospitals or skilled workplaces, where presence of a particular skill set must be assured before certain processes can be permitted).
It will usually require strong, positive identification of the subject, so the usage environment will be designed to encourage co-operation of users, and to minimise external environmental disturbances such as poor lighting and reflections that might interfere with smooth operation of such systems.
In many cases, correct system design can avoid the need for passwords, ID cards and PINs to be used, especially in key access areas where there is a distinct need for true contactless, hands-free operation.
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