WHY GO TOUCHLESS?
One of the proven ways of how respiratory viruses spread, including Covid-19, is having physical contact with contaminated surfaces. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), studies show that coronaviruses can survive on surfaces for a few hours up to several days. This can easily be overlooked by many since the primary transmission still happens from person-to-person.
However, the possibility of accumulating viruses from touching contaminated surfaces is still high, especially in high-touch surfaces such as doorknobs, railings, elevator buttons, and others. A lot of Covid-19 positive personalities have attested that they may have been infected by this method.
At the workplace, fingerprint biometrics have been the most convenient and efficient way of granting door access to employees and simultaneously recording their attendance, but during the new normal, businesses are highly encouraged to stop using them for health and safety purposes. This has caused major inconvenience, especially for large companies.
To help large companies address this problem, Salarium introduces FacePass: a Touchless Time and Attendance Solution for the new normal and beyond.
FacePass features a touchless facial recognition device that’s significantly safer and more efficient than fingerprint biometrics. The included device, named S.A.F.E. Tech, can detect facemask, scan temperature, and record attendance within seconds. The device can accurately recognize registered employees in seconds, even with their masks and face shield on. It is seamlessly integrated into Salarium’s complete and customizable Time and Attendance System to meet every business’ timekeeping needs.
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Almost every city worldwide, if not all, have experienced a major change in their economic, health, and social life caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. With industries relying on foot traffic and in-person transactions, lockdowns on a global scale has been a struggle for businesses to stay afloat. As countries ease
Despite transitioning from different kinds of community quarantine since March this year, there is very little progress in preventing the spread of COVID-19 in the country. The Department of Health (DOH) has recently reported that we currently now have more than a hundred thousand confirmed cases, encompassing Wuhan, China, where
The Philippines is considered as one of the most high-risk countries from the Coronavirus outbreak. And in lieu of that, the government has ordered a lock-down on the entire Metro Manila, Luzon, some areas in Visayas, and is still mulling over more localized lockdowns in the country. The government of