Managing employee attendance using real-time face recognition
by Rajnesh Singh; Pushpa Singh; Richa Kumari Sharma; Priyanka Gupta; Narendra Singh; Sunil Gupta
International Journal of System of Systems Engineering (IJSSE), Vol. 13, No. 4, 2023

Abstract: The process of the attendance monitoring system is changing due to different trends and technologies. If we review the past data on attendance tracking systems in industries, organisations and many companies use unique identification methodologies, such as RFID, fingerprint identification, eye recognition and facial recognition systems. Among all these strategies, face recognition is the most common and least time-consuming method. The system gives more flexibility and ease to employees and organisations in marking and managing their attendance. It employs the Haar Cascade Classifier for detecting the face and the local binary patterns histograms (LBPH) algorithm to train the classifier. After the successful entry of an employee's record in the system's dataset, his face will be detected by its name, and his attendance will be marked. After a particular time (depending on the organisation), for example, half an hour, the employee receives a confirmation email for the same. The proposed work provides efficient data management at the end of the Admin.

Online publication date: Mon, 23-Oct-2023

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