UK-based workplace management solutions provider Donseed is celebrating another deployment of biometric time and attendance tracking. The technology is being used in the construction of Principal Place Residential Project, an upscale residence at the border between London and Shoreditch.
It’s a high-profile deployment, and not just because of the tower is 50 stories tall. It offers luxury apartments, 5,000 square feet of leisure areas including a gym and a pool, and a double-high glass foyer. An ambitious construction project, in other words, and one that calls for an effective and reliable means of workforce management.
Announcing the project on its website, Donseed described the technology deployed as “Donseed biometric time and attendance software.” It’s another example of the growing proliferation of biometric time and attendance tracking technology.
In related news: the company launched an Android app for use with Safran Identity & Security’s fingerprint-scanning MorphoTablet device this past summer
December 9, 2016 – by Alex Perala