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Telpo launches local area network solution for facial biometrics and temperature scanning applications

 

telpo biometric facial recognition with mask

Telpo has launched a Local Area Network (LAN) Solution to facilitate resource sharing, high-speed information transfers, collaborative offices and remote access to biometric facial recognition and other applications.

Deploying a LAN allows users to access the server within the coverage area, which is generally up to a few kilometers, without transmitting sensitive data over the public internet. Applications running on the LAN can also reduce or eliminate lag to improve processing time, and benefit from improved stability, the company says.

Telpo’s solution includes the hardware, software, algorithms and platform needed to support registration for facial recognition, temperature detection, access control, time and attendance tracking and other data gathering and analysis functions, and can deliver infrastructure cost savings.

Telpo LAN solution for facial biometrics and temperature scanning applications

A free version of the solution, which the company says is suitable for small businesses, includes Telpo’s logo and supports up to 200 users. A customized version comes white-labelled for customer branding, with a customized login background and a larger user base, and is appropriate for medium and large companies, according to the announcement.

Easy installation is enabled through a package for the Windows OS, and Telpo says in the announcement that the network can be easily expanded.

Telpo has significantly expanded its product range with temperature scanning terminals, and Shenzhen University has deployed the company’s facial recognition and temperature screening technology for its student health checks.

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