PCS Systemtechnik GmbH from Munich is linking up with other specialists such as ATOSS, Convision, EDV Studio ALINA, fourtexx and ZMI to showcase a range of pioneering HR solutions at CEBIT in Hannover. Together, they provide a full round-up of the latest trends in time tracking and management, workforce management, PEP, visitor management, project time tracking and all sorts of access control.
The group has plenty of innovative hardware and future-focused software solutions for HR data analysis and workforce management to respond to the widespread quest for intelligent and agile tools for user-optimized and employee-focused HR management in Workplace 4.0. The highlights include INTUS terminals, which integrate innovative technologies into time-tracking stations to turn them into multifunctional touchpoints for a host of card-based applications. Besides their original time-tracking function, INTUS terminals can both read and write RFID cards, so they can also be used for other purposes, such as booking and invoicing choices in the canteen. What's more, the terminals are designed to write daily access rights onto RFID cards for mechatronic access readers, which makes it possible to combine online and offline access controls.
Another crowd-puller is likely to be the innovative technological solutions on offer to help combat current security threats. PCS is providing the lowdown on security systems for physical access control - from standard RFID security and zone-based access concepts right through to high-security biometric authentication using palm vein readers, which can also be installed in interlocked access control vestibules. All in all, PCS Systemtechnik GmbH and its partners promise plenty of mobile applications, greater planning flexibility and more user-friendly solutions.
PCS Systemtechnik GmbH (81539 Munich, Germany)