Synel Americas releases facial recognition time and attendance solution

Time and attendance systems firm Synel Americas has released the SY-910, the latest in its line of SY-Face facial recognition-based time and attendance products.

In addition to instantly verifying a user’s identity without any physical contact, SY-910 features six programmable function keys designed to help users manage additional data input like labor levels, departments, piece rate, tips, in addition to in/out for shifts, breaks and lunches.

As with all of the advanced terminals in Synel’s SY-Face line, SY-910 uses dual facial recognition technology to instantly map the user’s facial structure. The system then compares the image against saved facial templates from enrollment.

According to a company statement, SY-Face terminals cannot be duped by 2-D imagery, identical twins, facial hair, darker lighting conditions, and more.

Synel’s look-and-go technology helps eliminate costly security threats such as ‘buddy punching’.

Companies can also add additional levels of security and authentication to the facial recognition time clock by adding badge swipe and/or PIN entry.

SY-910 offers multiple verification methods, including face, pin and face, card and face, card (standard, optional Mifare or HID), and card and photo.

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