The Time clock feature utilizes artificial intelligence to track and analyze recognized individuals' movement in a specific location. Whether it's your employees, contractors, or visitors, this feature helps monitor check-in and check-out times, total active and off periods, and average active and off periods per day.
How does the Time Clock feature work?
The Time Clock feature works by using the designations of cameras within the Vision system to track the movement of recognized individuals. For example, when a recognized individual passes an "Entrance Camera", the system logs a "Check-In" time. Similarly, when they pass an "Exit Camera", it logs a "Check-Out" time. The system then uses these times to calculate the "Total Active Period" (the time spent inside the location) and the "Total Off Period" (the time spent outside the location).
If none of these options are enabled on any camera, the system wouldn't be able to track the movement of individuals in this way, which is why the "Time Clock" section would display "There is currently no data".
Where is the Time Clock section available?
The Time Clock is found under each identity's details in the Directory section of Vision app. It provides data on check-in and check-out times, total active and off periods, and average active and off periods per day. For more on finding Time Clock data, see our Directory guide.
How to enable the Time Clock feature?
To enable the Time Clock feature, you need to ensure that you have correctly set up your camera mapping. This involves selecting a camera for the entrance and exit, which will be used to track the check-in and check-out times of each identity.
Once the camera mapping is set up, you can start tracking the total active and off periods for each identity, providing you with valuable data that can be used to manage your workforce more effectively.
The benefits of the Time Clock feature
Time Clock feature allows businesses to track the check-in and check-out times of each identity, providing a clear record of when each identity starts and ends their active period. This can be particularly useful for businesses with flexible working hours or remote workers, as it allows them to accurately monitor employee on-site working hours.