Time and Attendance Devices - Dakar Software Systems
Dakar Software Systems - Leader in HR and Payroll software solutions
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Our fingerprint readers, multi-bio identification, hand readers and RFID proximity scanners give you high quality access control and attendance verification. All hardware supplied by Dakar integrates perfectly with the entire suite of modules.

FINGER PRINT READERS

Finger reader technology eliminates the cost of lost cards and prevents buddy punching. These readers identify each employee using a unique digital finger template.

MULTI BIO IDENTIFICATION DEVICES

A new generation of multiple biometric identification devices, these work as attendance and access control terminals using face and fingerprint verification, PIN recognition and RFID.

HAND READER

Advanced biometric technology stores the unique geometry of each employee’s hand in a template. This template is later used to identify that employee. No fingerprint and palm prints are used. The employee simply types an ID number and places a hand on the reader and is verified instantly.

FACE SCANNER

Facial recognition has become increasingly popular as a source of ID verification using a digital image or video frame. The technology can authenticate quickly and easily and is becoming increasingly cost-effective as part of a security strategy.

Radio-frequency ID (RFID)

Proximity Reader

Proximity readers require employees to use badges to verify their identity. Employees pass a key fob or other proximity badge near the time clock to punch in and out. The device emits a radio frequency, which identifies it to the time clock.