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Hikvision launches contactless biometric facial recognition access terminals for SMBs



Hikvision has released its latest contactless access control and time attendance system, the MinMoe Face Recognition Terminals, the company announced.

The MinMoe Face Recognition Terminals line of products includes the Value Series, Pro Series, Ultra Series, and Face Recognition Modules for Turnstile, making them suitable and customizable for any use case. The Value Series products were developed for SMBs such as offices and retail shops.

“We see great advantages in the ‘touch-free’ experience that face recognition provides. With advanced deep learning technology and diverse practical functions, we expect that MinMoe Face Recognition Terminals can bring more security and efficiency to our small and medium sized customers, making access control and time attendance much easier,” said Frank Zhang, president of the International Product and Solution Center at Hikvision, in a prepared statement.

Hikvision integrated MinMoe Face Recognition Terminals with a deep learning algorithm that allegedly increases accuracy to more than 99 percent and speeds up verification to less than 0.2 seconds. The technology works in any lighting environment and it uses dual lenses – a visible light lens and an infrared lens – for anti-spoofing and fraud prevention.

The terminals enable multiple linkages with NVRs for data recording and storage and network cameras for clear video recording of pre-set events, as well as third-party integrations to expand compatibility with door control and attendance systems.

Hikvision has turned to international markets such as India after being placed on a restricted Entity List by the U.S. government last year.

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