Quick Response Code System Integrated ID for Construction Firms: Approach to the New Normal


  • Melvin S. Cayanan
  • Jimwell G. Flores
  • Adrian G. Laxamana
  • Joshua G. Mallari
  • Nathaniel D. San Juan
  • Michael Angelo T. Torres
  • Mariane P. Nunag
  • Carl Jason A. Coronel
  • Mike Diether B. Galvez


Construction Firm, Integrated ID, Quick Response Code.


The manual attendance system is consuming the working hours of a worker, causing a delay in work production. It is commonly known that using a digital attendance system (Quick Response Code System) is faster and safer than using a manual approach. This study shows how much time can be saved by a QR code system for digital attendance in a construction site that aims to maximize the working hours. In this context, a Quick Response Code is a sequence of black and white squares that can be read by machines. It's usually used to save URLs and other information that your mobile camera can read. To be able to get the results, we tested the system at the construction site in San Fernando, Pampanga. We requested permission from the higher-ups, and they granted it. We tested the workers and we got good results. It is more efficient if their id's have QR code and not the manual or the biometrics that they normally use, and by using the QR code, there will be less contact, especially in this pandemic, because they have their own id.


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Melvin S. Cayanan, Jimwell G. Flores, Adrian G. Laxamana, Joshua G. Mallari, Nathaniel D. San Juan, Michael Angelo T. Torres, Mariane P. Nunag, Carl Jason A. Coronel, & Mike Diether B. Galvez. (2023). Quick Response Code System Integrated ID for Construction Firms: Approach to the New Normal. International Journal of Progressive Research in Science and Engineering, 4(01), 64–73. Retrieved from https://journal.ijprse.com/index.php/ijprse/article/view/778




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