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A case study of Mulalley, a contractor for construction, development, refurbishment and maintenance as one of the first to adopt Aurora’s facial recognition based proucts to manage staff time and attendance.
More recently they identified a requirement for a remote method of clocking staff on and off at their multiple temporary sites. Aurora have developed mobile clocking and tablet clocking; smartphone and tablet applications to record time and attendance. A user swipes the screen to record their event.
The application uses the Android or Windows devices built in camera to capture an image of the operative, recorded and stored with the clocking event and the GPS location at that time. All logs are accessible via a secure Cloud database, so that they can be accessed by approved administrators.
Richard Hatcher, Mulalley’s Purchasing /IT Director says: “The mobile application was perfect for us. The logs recorded by the phones are sent to the same database as our permanent site records, meaning they are easily accessible to administrators. The capturing of the GPS location means that we know our staff are in the right place at the right time.”
About the firm
Aurora adds that its range of time and attendance products are designed for the construction industry. Auroraoffers access control, identity management and time and attendance products as delivered to over 1000 sites globally, logging over 15 million transactions a year. Visit: http://www.facerec.com/
Previous case study with Mulalley: http://www.auroracs.co.uk/casestudy_01.html.