Fingerprint sensors work by taking a snapshot of a fingerprint and producing an image. From the image a fingerprint recognition algorithm extracts the unique features of each fingerprint and saves them as a template.
For fingerprint identification, features of an input fingerprint are compared to the features of the fingerprint templates in the database. By comparing the similarity between two feature sets, it is decided whether the two fingerprints match or not. More importantly using this method NO individuals fingerprint is stored in the database, Therefore ilimanating the risk of biometric idenity theft
Remove any chance of "buddy" clocking, this method requests either a PIN number or card swipe then validation by the employee fingerprint. The fingerprint is then compared to the template and employee pin number or card swipe.
Once the employees identification has been verified, this information can be passed to the Ceequel® software for processing where the employees attendance can be logged.
The employee simply places their finger in the reader and within 1 second the employee is identified and clocked into attendance.
Fingerprint data is stored as a mathematical algorithm and cannot be used for any purpose other than identifying the employee for data collection purposes.