EllipTech, Vsblty and PopID supply fever screening and facial biometrics for return to work
Ellipsiz Distribution & Services Solutions (Ellipsiz DSS) has reached an agreement to launch a joint venture company focused on temperature screening, facial recognition and security in partnership with Aitech Robotics and Automation, The Business Times reports.
The new EllipTech Solutions plans to provide engineering services, product research and development and solutions for thermal screening, biometrics and security, according to details provided in a stock market filing by Ellipsiz, the parent company of Ellipsiz DSS.
EllipTech will work with clients to develop custom solutions by combining different platforms into unified offerings for the retail, commercial, institutional and industrial sectors, to help facilitate returns to operations in line with COVID-19 prevention measures.
Ellipsiz DSS and Aitech each hold 50 percent of the new JV company.
Vsblty partners to supply smart buildings
Vsblty has partnered with an unnamed cybersecurity and building services company to provide facial biometrics, temperature screening and other advanced camera technologies for smart buildings.
“In order to get the economy running again it is critical to assure workplace safety for both employers and employees,” says Vsblty Co-founder and CEO Jay Hutton. “We now will have the technology that provides for wellness analysis, capacity management and density metrics to allow for real time building safety. This technology will enable buildings to provide safe access for workers and guests more quickly and efficiently.”
In addition to providing real-time facial recognition, the system’s people-tracking capabilities enable capacity counts and social distancing measurement data.
The company refers to market research from Acumen Research and Consulting which forecasts the smart building market will grow at a 12.6 percent CAGR from 2018 to nearly $110 billion by 2026.
Vsblty also recently signed up UST Global to sell its computer vision and display products to retailers.
PopID screening solution rolls out
Facial recognition and temperature screening solution PopEntry+ from PopID is being rolled out across America following the partnership agreement with integrated foodservice distributor and manufacturer Wasserstrom, the partners have announced.
The new PopID is being used by Subway, Taco Bell operator DRG, and insurance company Lemonade, as well as The City of Lancaster, California, the headquarters of a professional sports league, and assisted living centers.
PopID says thousands of people have signed up for its facial recognition payment system, and its PopID Entry+ is being tested or installed by employers and government organizations across the country. Wasserstrom will sell the system, manage its shipping and installation, and provide customer support.