Science Fiction? No, Just Another Day on the JobA common trope in science fiction is imagining the advanced methods the future will employ to ensure security. Retinal scans, palm scans, body scans, facial recognition, and even DNA analysis have all been explored as replacements for key cards and pin codes. In the film Gattaca, Ethan Hawke's character must supply blood samples every day to enter his job. In the film "Minority Report," based on the work by prophetic science fiction writer, Philip K. Dick. facial recognition software is prominent. Yet, these technologies are no longer mere fantasies, nor are they absurdly expensive hypothetical prototypes. Rather, facial recognition software and components are both very real and entirely affordable. What hasn't changed in the transition from sci-fi to reality is the power of the technology's utility.
FingerTec USA offers an innovative addition to the biometric employee clock in software business with its revolutionary FingerTec USA Face ID 2, a device that recognizes users with a single look. Users need only to glance in the direction of the device for it to verify identity, without the need of any keys, codes, touches, gestures or personnel. It's a fully automated attendance system that makes "buddy check-ins" irrelevant, greatly increases efficiency, comes at an affordable and competitive cost, and declares any business that uses it as a cutting edge enterprise.
The Face ID 2 isn't science fiction, but it is fantastic.
by FingerTec USA