Secureye launches contactless fever detector with biometric facial recognition tech

Secureye launches contactless fever detector with biometric facial recognition tech

Secureye has released a contactless temperature detection and biometric facial recognition product to help companies in India identify individuals with a high fever, as part of their COVID-19 containment efforts.

Contactless attendance of employees is becoming vital as coronavirus keeps spreading fast across the world. Some of the key features included in the enterprise solution are temperature detection, an automatic alarm and warning to inform safety personnel about a case of abnormal temperature, identification of individuals when they wear masks, and binocular liveness detection.

The system can detect a temperature as low as 1 degrees Celsius, Secureye says. With any change in the normal temperature, an alarm will go off informing the personnel responsible with dealing with such issues. The dynamic facial recognition completes verification in less than two seconds. It can store 3,000 user IDs, 20,000 face IDs, and 1,000,000 user records.

The terminal is equipped with a 200W Pixel HD color camera, 100W infrared cameras that spot body temperature from 0.5 meters away, and a 12.7 cm display screen with touch screen and 854 x 480 resolution. It has support for TCP/IP, Wi-Fi and USB Pen Drive, it uses Linux and has an in-built rechargeable lithium battery with USB port. It also supports door sensors function, U disk Port, Wiegand 26/34 input port and Wiegand WG26/34 Output.

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