AADHAAR Enabled Biometric Attendance System (AEBAS) is Matrix attendance management solution aimed at enhancing time attendance within government organizations. This system leverages the AADHAAR number, issued by the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI), to authenticate attendance.
Matrix AEBAS makes use of COSEC VEGA FAXQ, Matrix’s groundbreaking embedded Linux-based AADHAAR enabled biometric attendance device, registered on the AEBAS Server. With an authentication in under 1.5 seconds, it seamlessly verifies users through their AADHAAR number stored in the smart card and fingerprint. This integrated device offers unparalleled reliability, convenience, speed, and data security.
COSEC VEGA FAXQ, through AEBAS, revolutionizes attendance management, empowering government organizations to optimize workforce productivity. An ideal blend of cutting-edge technology and secure authentication – COSEC VEGA FAXQ, a perfect fit for the biometric Time-Attendance system of government organizations.
What Matrix Offers
Dual Authentication Modes for Reliable Attendance Marking
Matrix’s COSEC VEGA FAXQ offers enhanced authentication modes, revolutionizing attendance marking with convenience and accuracy. Users can choose from two reliable options to mark their attendance swiftly and securely.
The first mode allows users to effortlessly present their smart card, which stores their AADHAAR number, followed by fingerprint verification—ensuring a hassle-free process in under 1.5 seconds. As an alternative, the system also supports the traditional method of typing the AADHAAR number on the device, followed by fingerprint authentication. This comprehensive solution not only prioritizes speed but also emphasizes heightened security and unwavering reliability, ensuring error-free attendance management in government organizations.
Seamless Authentication Process for Enhanced Security
Matrix AEBAS solution ensures a seamless and secure authentication process by leveraging advanced technology and streamlined communication channels. When users provide their Aadhaar number and fingerprint, the device initiates an authentication request to the AEBAS server. The AEBAS server then communicates with the UIDAI Server, cross-referencing its extensive database.
Upon verification, the UIDAI Server sends a prompt response back to the AEBAS server. Finally, this response is relayed to the time-attendance terminal – COSEC VEGA FAXQ, which shows the user’s attendance punch. With the report generation feature on the AEBAS server, detailed attendance reports can be effortlessly generated for efficient record-keeping and analysis.
Multi-Language Support for Regional Needs
Matrix COSEC VEGA FAXQ offers comprehensive language support to cater to diverse user preferences. English and Hindi are provided as the device’s default languages. This ensures easy navigation and interaction with devices effortlessly for usage across the nation.
Moreover, to accommodate specific linguistic needs, Matrix offers the flexibility to customize the device with regional languages upon request. By providing language options, COSEC VEGA FAXQ prioritizes user comfort and inclusivity, ensuring a seamless and user-friendly experience for individuals across different language backgrounds.
Designed for Attendance Management on a Linux Platform for Long Term Consistent Performance
Reads Aadhaar Number Directly from Smart Card and Eliminates Manual Entry
Identification within 1.5 Second
LAN with PoE, Wi-Fi, and 3G/4G Options to Connect with the AEBAS Server