AI Facial Recognition with Temperature Measurement
Mastering Identification, Access Control and Body Temperature Screening All at Once
A seamless shield for your workspace is constructed by integrating access control with thermal sensors and facial recognition technology. Our solution allows organizations in various industries to act rapidly with real-time temperature screening and access control integrated into a single device. We believe that prevention is better than a cure. Facial recognition technology is 100% contactless and it can prevent the spread of viruses through touch. Regardless of whether they are company employees or visitors, access control and temperature measurement can simultaneously be performed easily and rapidly by our solution, enabling companies to reduce the time and manpower spent on this task.
We can master identification, access control, and body temperature screening within one device. Our solution is designed to solve the issue minimum interrupt to the usual routine. By protecting your precious talent assets, you are also contributing to epidemic prevention. The following examples will show you how you can also play a part in the international defencing league.
Sensitive institutions, such as banks and data centers, need strict access control and protection. A facial recognition solution reduces the risk of ID card / key loss or theft to ensure workplace safety and security.
A facial recognition health screening service can meet the access control requirements of large public health institutions, such as metropolitan or regional hospitals. Our system is designed to support complicated access control rules and make sure whoever enters is authorized and does not have a fever.
The facial recognition system and body temperature sensor work together to protect your precious employees, reducing the risk of cross-infection caused by touching or card swiping while decreasing time wasted queuing for body temperature checks.
Identification and Body Temperature Screening
Using state-of-art facial recognition and temperature screening technology at the entrance of the open space. When detected an unauthorized or abnormal temperature, access permission won't be given.
Body Temperature Got Recorded and Linked with Access Control
Records the body temperature of staff (registered user) is recorded with time and AIO location. Such information can be used as entry and exit records cooperate with the enterprise attendance SOP.
Based on our strong background of access control management, the protection not only contains registered users. Body temperature, time, and AIO location of any attempted access from an unregistered user will also be recorded.
Reduce Manpower Workload
Integrate temperature detection and facial recognition with access control to enhance security and save the required manpower.
Security Level Upgrade
If strangers are found or an abnormal temperature is detected, the system will automatically record and administrator can continuously track.
Thanks to the duo lenses, the recognition works perfectly even in insufficient ambient light.
This total solution including face recognition and access control system, back-end facial recognition server, and a front-end identification device: AIO-M2.
Data Management Platform
A user-friendly interface system to monitoring all recognition records and managing all access control and recognition devices.
All in One Recognition Device
7-inch AIO facial recognition edge device, with RGB and IR lenses all in this single device.
Thermal Camera Module
Temperature measurement module for AIO-M2.
BRIX for Face Manager Service
Ideal for a broad range of computing applications at home or in the office, the BRIX expounds sheer simplicity and convenience.
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