Face Recognition Based Attendance System could be found in offices, schools and many others. Facial recognition is slow to be accepted & welcomed in many industries. Face recognition is used to make the world smarter, safer and more convenient.
Most of us remember attendance at schools as the tutor calling out our names/registered numbers and us yelling back “PRESENT, MA’AM!”. All of that could soon change with the introduction of facial recognition in these systems. Facial recognition systems need a database or a pre-recorded data set to compare captured images and identify faces.
In the same way, these cameras could be used to identify employee and record their attendance in a office. With photos submitted to office for various forms and documents, the employee’ faces could be added to data sets to record their attendance in the respective classes.
Most offices and government buildings use biometric systems for logging in work hours and restricting access to only those people that are permitted. ERP system helps to manage complete employee data. Although facial recognition is now being implemented in many countries for this purpose, they still largely rely on fingerprint sensors because of the lower chance of duplication and fraud. The downside to this is that recording a fingerprint is a task that requires relatively more effort.
By far the most interesting implementation of facial recognition in attendance systems is that of event attendance. The deployment of this system poses many benefits, especially for large events. Currently most events such as large corporate conferences and music concerts still largely rely on tickets, passes, and scanning of barcodes.
Best Example of Face Recognition for Office Employee : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OAI8JjrbiWU
Introducing facial recognition would cut down these inefficiencies since most modern facial recognition systems can perform the task in under two seconds. It is just a matter of collecting images of attendees at the time of issuing event passes.
Some area where face recognition used