Jun. 09, 2020
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Hikvision: Touch-free Access Control

Helping Businesses Return to Work

  • To help businesses get back to work, Hikvision introduced its touch-free Temperature Screening Terminals to the market.To help businesses get back to work, Hikvision introduced its touch-free Temperature Screening Terminals to the market.
  • To help businesses get back to work, Hikvision introduced its touch-free Temperature Screening Terminals to the market.
  • The terminals employ face recognition and thermographic technologies to make access easier and safer for work areas.

Businesses are reopening and employees are returning to work. But managing protections for workers, customers, and visitors with the lingering effects of Covid-19 poses challenges. To cope with these challenges, it is crucial for businesses to maximize protection while operating their access control systems effectively. This requires safer and faster temperature screenings, controlling access, and recording attendance, as well as visitor management. Touch-free access control systems with a temperature screening function creates an especially effective solution. For this reason, Hikvision introduced its Min Moe “touch-free” Temperature Screening Terminals to the market.

Hikvision’s Min Moe terminals employ face recognition and thermographic technologies to make access easier and safer for work areas, record attendance, and simultaneously screen temperatures without requiring employees to touch a terminal or gate. The touch-free nature of the terminals is also suitable in high-throughput scenarios for fast temperature screening with access control, such as offices, factories, retail stores, schools, and so on.

Thermographic technology
Equipped with advanced thermographic cameras, the Min Moe temperature screening terminals quickly and accurately detect elevated skin-surface temperatures for preliminary screening. The 0.3- to 2-meter recognition distance enables flexibility in deployment and detection.

When detecting abnormal temperatures, Min Moe terminals can be set to deny access requests and alert operators to further confirm a person’s actual core body temperature using clinical measurement devices. Further, the terminals support a fast temperature measurement mode, which will detect temperatures only, meaning identity authentication will not be conducted in this mode.

Access control and attendance recording
Many diseases have the potential to spread when people touch contaminated objects and surfaces. Because of this, reducing contact with terminals or gates – or avoiding touching altogether – increases employee hygiene and safety when passing through access control and attendance recording equipment.

Compared with conventional fingerprint access control and time attendance devices, the Min Moe terminals offer a pleasant touch-free experience.

Powered by a deep learning algorithm, the terminals ramp up accuracy of face recognition to over 99 percent, ensuring speedy and almost non-stop passing. Furthermore, the terminal performs well in low- and even zero-light environments.

Mask detection
In many areas and scenarios, wearing masks has been suggested or even required by local governments, communities, or businesses themselves. Quick, automated mask detection will be another demand for access control systems. The Min Moe Temperature Screening Terminals can detect whether a person is wearing a mask. When a registered face is recognized but not wearing a mask, the device will prompt an audio reminder. This provides a simple way to automate monitoring and uphold requirements, regulations, and ultimately, safety.

More and more businesses are resuming operations and their demands on safety and efficiency will be comprehensive. Alongside access control with temperature screening, Hikvision offers innovative solutions, including flow control and social distancing. 

Contact

Hikvision Europe
Dirk Storklaan 3
2132 PX Hoofddorp
The Netherlands
Phone: +31 (0) 23 554 2770
Telefax: +31 (0)23 5631112

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