Mobile Remote Time Attendance and Management system.

The mobile time tracking system using biometric data is an innovative solution that enables companies and organizations to accurately track employee working hours regardless of their location. The system consists of several components, including a mobile application, a facial recognition system, an access control system, and a time tracking system. This solution has several undeniable advantages compared to traditional access control and time tracking systems and can be used in various fields of activity, including production, construction, transportation, healthcare, commerce, and more.


Advantages of mobile biometric time tracking:


  • Accuracy and speed. Using innovative technologies based on neural networks, the system can identify and recognize a person with an accuracy of over 99% in less than 3 seconds.
  • Mobility. By using a regular smartphone with a camera as an identification tool, the system allows for employee tracking anywhere in the world where there is mobile internet. And automatic GPS coordinates and exact time overlay allow the operator to track the exact time and location of recognition.
  • Savings and cost reduction. Since a smartphone is used as the person's identifier, companies do not need to incur additional costs for installing controllers and readers on mobile and temporary sites for time tracking. This solution can also be used for classic access control systems with restricted access. The security service can "check" a person using a service smartphone, after which doors, turnstiles, and gates will be automatically unlocked if the person's data is in the access control system.
  • Security. Since personal user data is not stored on smartphones, but separately stored and processed on two independent servers in your central office (biometric data on one, personal data on the other) and exchanged between them only with a unique encrypted ID, you can be confident about sensitive information leakage.
  • Scalability. Using this solution, you can build a large distributed system of mobile time tracking. Moreover, this solution can be just a small part of a large physical access control system that a company uses in its geographically dispersed offices.
  • Hierarchy and distribution of rights. The system provides flexible settings and distribution of rights to different groups of data. This allows for centralized storage and processing of all information on one server. But at the same time, it is possible to flexibly distribute access to this information and rights between different offices or employees.
  • Openness. Thanks to the presence of an open API, the system can be easily integrated into current business processes of the enterprise and synchronized with existing BI / ERP / CRM systems.

In conclusion, the mobile time tracking system is a convenient and effective solution for companies that want to increase the accuracy and reliability of time tracking, improve security and access control, reduce tracking costs, and optimize business processes. This solution is particularly relevant for companies that have mobile workgroups working on various sites outside the office.