Every day, an office like a police station, DMV, city clerk's station, or utility headquarters will see hundreds, if not thousands, of people walk through their doors. Along with recording the times that employees of the office leave and return, digital fingerprint clocks can record the identity of anyone passing through a certain security checkpoint. If events take place in the building, an accurate record of who entered the building along with time spent inside, can be researched. A multifunction, advanced clock with security protocols can add a great deal of stress relief in public areas.
Students And Staff In Schools
School security checkpoints are extremely important for the safety of children. Digital fingerprint clocks can be programmed with the unique identities of every student and staff member allowed to enter a school. Many schools require inconvenient and costly laminated badges for students and staff, that are to be worn at all times when on school grounds. All of the information on a badge can be stored in a fingerprint-activated clock. As a security measure, administrators can use the clock's stored data to monitor truancy, unknown and disallowed persons, and all people who have been given clearance at certain times. Again, these devices are extremely useful in identifying people who are present during an unexpected event.
The advanced technology available through Allied Time and its partners, is ideal for efficiency and security. Digital fingerprinting in the workplace and in schools, is a radical shift from traditional time recording methods that most people are accustomed to working with. When used to their efficient ends, these devices are extremely helpful in sorting through information related to what people truly care about. This includes to-the-minute job tracking, and a safe work, or meeting place. Clocks with fingerprinting technology are becoming more sophisticated all of the time, which is a positive evolution in public security measures that all people can benefit from.