Going touch free

Here, we learn from Ezitracker about how workforce management tools now using touchless facial recognition technology.

As a leading solution partner supporting cleaning and hygiene businesses in the day-to-day people management process, Ezitracker provides a comprehensive, yet modularised, solution designed for the proactive monitoring of staff – wherever they are – that lets you focus on service delivery and operational efficiencies. The company has recently expanded their biometric solution offering, which now boasts touchless technology and temperature monitoring for managing staff on site.

EziBio ‘touchless’ runs on a tablet permanently mounted on the wall or desk at the point of entry. When it sees a face, it compares it with known faces using facial recognition technology. If there's a match, it displays the matching name and profile picture. Employees simply press the confirmation button and continue: it's that easy. The technology is powered by NoahFace – an Australian app software provider and Ezitracker is the first in the UK to adopt their solution.

The system can operate either completely standalone or integrate with an existing workforce management or event management system.

Either way, an attendance summary report can be viewed or exported at any time from a web browser. You can then drill down to view clipped photos of each individual event if needed.

Facial recognition is a biometric technology that uses unique facial features to identify a person. Facial recognition units have become more popular as there is no contact required, and the technology completely eliminates ‘buddy punching’.

Temperature checking

The app also has a temperature screening capability by utilising a completely unmanned and touchless kiosk, designed for self-service. It includes an embedded iPad and state of the art nano-optical sensor – providing reliability, security, and fast and accurate temperature measurements.

The temperature screening solution can be integrated with the company’s time and attendance solutions, screening staff before they start work, screening staff before they enter secure work spaces and as a standalone, to test staff, visitor, or customer temperatures.


The technology is highly configurable, and the home screen can be customised with warning messages, graphical on- screen feedback, email alerts, and integrated hardware (e.g. warning lights).

When used for employee-focused applications, it uses facial recognition technology to instantly recognise individuals. It automatically tracks individualised ‘normal’ temperature ranges, making it far more accurate than solutions using a fixed temperature threshold.

In all cases, the captured events are stored securely in the Cloud, where they can be searched, viewed, and exported by authorised users.


• EziBio can synchronise your employees from your payroll system and can automatically populate timesheets.

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It can support organisations with any number of workplaces, across any number of time zones.

It supports any number of iPads. This can be useful if you have multiple points of entry into your workplace, or you have extremely large numbers of employees.

• Staff can clock in on one iPad and clock out on another iPad, or clock out on their mobile.

• There is also a mobile App, which is available on both iOS and Android.

It has comprehensive data entry functionality. Collected data is stored with each event, and is often mapped onto cost centres for cost allocation purposes.

It can manage any number of policies that can be displayed when staff clock in. Individual policies can be configured to appear at different intervals (weekly, monthly, quarterly) or even randomly.

• Messages can be configured to be displayed on the iPad when users clock in or out.

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