New Face ID 4 (FMM) - Improving Face Recognition Process

Wednesday, March 25, 2020 TimeTec 2 Comments

The new version of Face ID 4 has been installed with a new version of coreboard (FMM). Some of the options or settings are different from the previous version. In this version, we have improved the registration process for face enrollment.

Face Enrollment
For users who wear glasses will need to register two face templates so that the facial recognition machine will be able to recognize them as the same user. In doing so, users do not need to register two IDs for the same user.

The first pop up green box is where users are required to align their glasses to the green box.
After the green box appears for the second time, users will need to remove their glasses until the process is completed.

Complete the rest of the enrollment process and do not forget to click save. The device will be able to recognise the users with or without the glasses after the completion of face enrollment.

Limit Face
Limit Face is a setting to let the machine detect automatically the facial features when a user approaches the Face ID. Limit Face’s default is “ON” implying that the user will need to select the clocking type such as Clock In or Clock Out before the machine detects a face to verify. By disabling the Limit Face option, the camera will automatically detect the face without selecting the clocking type. Follow the steps below to set the “Limit Face” feature:
Go to Menu > System > Face

Download photo
There are options to download attendance and blacklist photos to monitor user activities.
Plug in USB > Go to Menu > USB Manager > Download

Note: If some of the screenshots or steps viewed here are different from the ones in the current system, this is due to our continuous effort to improve our system from time to time. Please notify us at, we will update it as soon as possible.


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