Telpo demonstrates broad range of contactless thermal temperature and biometric identification solutions

Telpo demonstrates broad range of contactless thermal temperature and biometric identification solutions

Telpo showed off its Thermometry Family of products, including several with facial biometrics, in a recent webinar to demonstrate how the suite of more than half a dozen solutions can be used in different scenarios to support the safe resumption of work and study as COVID-19 receeds.

The TPS980T face recognition thermometer with mask detection, which the company calls its star product, and four other face temperature measuring solutions were shared by Telpo Senior Manager Hulen during the webinar.

The webinar also included demonstrations of functions such as high temperature warnings, spoof mitigation, member registration, and data exporting, which Telpo says highlighted the reliability of its products.

For applications involving high volumes of people, such as subway stations, shopping malls and hospitals, Telpo showed how its TPS980T Pro and temperature screening V50 camera can check three or four people at the same time from a distance of one to two meters, improving operational efficiency.

Telpo recommends its TPS680T for desktop temperature measuring and its TPS350T or TPS360T handheld thermometric terminals for integrated visitor registration, fever detection and data tracking. For more closed scenarios, such as in schools and office buildings, the wrist-temperature measuring terminal TPS530T provides contactless screening, access control and attendance tracking.

The company recently announced sales of its integrated facial recognition thermometers worldwide are approaching 100,000 units.

New integrated solutions from Konico Minolta, Certify Health and Digital Ally

Konica Minolta Business Solutions has launched a Return to Work program, which involves offering its Mobotix Thermal TR cameras with proprietary software and workflow solutions for facial recognition and access control.

State government requirements and CDC recommendations will require health checks for individuals before they can enter a building, according to the announcement, and Konica Minolta says its program provides an end-to-end solution to meet this need.

Konica Minolta, Mobotix and AnyVision announced a partnership announced last year to develop facial recognition for edge IoT devices.

The Return to Work program includes daily self-reporting by employees, screening with the Mobotix camera on arrival, and contact tracing and incident management capabilities.

Certify Health has developed a new fully integrated thermal management platform to provide contactless scanning and safety checks for hospitality and retail chains, sports arenas, medical and other facilities, also combining facial recognition and temperature measurement from up to 6 feet away.

The SnapXT also provides SMS alerts and a variety of reporting options for fever notifications. The company says a NIST-compliant facial recognition algorithm running on dual IR and RGB cameras, and NFC, RFID, and QR code reading technology are built in. SnapXT is HiTrust, ISO 27001, and HIPAA-compliant and the Certify.me cloud is hosted on Microsoft Azure.

A touchless and customized questionnaire and compliance reporting are also included to further increase confidence in workplace safety.

The company also announced a manufacturing partnership with Katech Engineering, which participated in the design of the thermal scanners and is making them in Michigan.

Certify mentions that Technavio’s “Global Thermal Scanner Market 2020-2024” predicts the technology will reach $1.85 billion in revenue within the next four years.

Digital Ally has launched a contactless temperature measuring device with optional facial recognition to support safe access control. The ThermoVu measures temperature at the wrist, and provides an instant audio tone indicating a pass or fail, along with a temperature display.

The company, which sells advanced video recording products to law enforcement, emergency management, and fleet safety and security, is also launching a disinfectant product for sanitizing shared surfaces.

“We applied our years of experience with the latest cutting-edge sensor technology, real-time embedded electronics and video AI analytics in vetting and choosing the ThermoVu technology as the most powerful combination of fast, accurate, reliable and user friendly,” states Stan Ross, CEO of Digital Ally.

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