Biometric clocking terminal
Biometric technology for the benefit of organisations
Provide security for your access points and simplify clockings for your staff using fingerprint recognition, a reliable solution that is made easy to use thanks to Bodet Software's biometric tools.
Why choose a biometric technology-based clocking terminal
Biometric technology allows you to work around any badge-related constraints (loss, theft, omission, wear and tear, etc.) and provides high usage comfort for employees and Human Resources managers alike.
- Faster return on investment (no badge purchase)
- Centralised enrolment
- Data security (biometric fingerprint encryption)
- Reduced risk of identity fraud
Bodet Software's biometric clocking terminals are compatible with our Time and Attendance management systems as well as our access control systems.
We would like to point out that the use of biometric tools is subject to legislative regulations. We suggest that you check the applicable legislation in your country before considering this option.
Biometric clocking terminal for Time and Attendance management and access control
The Kelio Visio biometric clocking terminals have the same features as the Visio badge terminals, with the addition of:
- Biometric sensor for clockings made by finger
- Fast and reliable fingerprint recognition
Biometric technology uses digital fingerprint recognition, which is unique to every individual and keeps the same format for life.
The use of biometric access control solutions allows you to tighten the security of the access points to your premises. Indeed, the risk of access card theft or identity fraud is eliminated with the use of a biometric access control solution. The Kelio Visio biometric clocking terminal provides you with convenience and security.
Legislation and biometrics
Before installing a biometric recognition system, it is essential to understand the existing legislation in the country concerned.
For example, biometric recognition is a procedure that handles personal data which is considered “sensitive” for all European Union citizens under the General Data Protection Regulation. (Article 9).
The following precautions should be taken:
- Carry out an impact analysis on data protection
- Explain the reasons for using biometrics to the state supervisory authority concerned
- Add it to the organisation’s data processing register
- Give advance notice to persons affected and to staff representatives
- Opt for a biometric template stored on a badge rather than installed on a central server
Be aware that, depending on the purposes of the processing, biometrics are forbidden in some states.