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Interesting Applications of Biometrics in Workplaces

HR Tech Outlook | Monday, October 19, 2020

Recruiters hold video interviews utilizing facial and voice recognition AI to analyze word tone, choice, and facial movement on the basis of responses to gamified behavioral evaluation.

Fremont, CA: Businesses are now focusing on employees' health and safety. Biometrics have played a pivotal role in ensuring the workers are safe inside office premises. Provided an individual's unique biological attributes, such as fingerprints, voice, irises face, or DNA biometrics, provide promising advantages over passwords.

Let us look at some interesting applications of IoT biometrics: Top 10 HR Compliance Consulting/Service Companies – 2020

Identification through Smart Infrastructure

Smart door locks, machines, devices, terminals, and cameras are the equipment outfitted with biometric sensors for authenticating a person's identity to access a resource or place. Organizations are also focusing on developing solutions for remote access, like telehealth.

Identification though Touchless Sensors

In light of the coronavirus pandemic, contact-free touchpoints provide an opportunity to reduce any chances of infections spreading. Some organizations are opting for IoT biometrics for high-security utilization such as payments and access controls. As companies are preparing to welcome employees to begin work from the office, many are using facial recognition to allow employees to enter a location without touching door handles or keypads.

Identification for Risk Reduction with Thermal Scanning

Biometrics are also being utilized to reduce cyber-risks, theft, fraud, and health risks. For instance, Coca-Cola Co. utilizes a biometric fingerprint system that monitors the activity of independent truck drivers entering its canning facilities. Verifyii provides vendor and visitor credentialing with thermal scanning in order to reduce the risk of spreading COVID-19.

Candidate Evaluation with Biometric Analysis Systems

Organizations can utilize biometric analysis systems in the hiring process in order to evaluate and analyze prospective employees. Recruiters hold video interviews utilizing facial and voice recognition AI to analyze word tone, choice, and facial movement on the basis of responses to gamified behavioral evaluation.

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