Telpo launches ultra-thin facial biometrics device to meet wide range of business needs

Telpo launches ultra-thin facial biometrics device to meet wide range of business needs

Telpo has launched a new biometric facial recognition device with an ultra-thin body and sleek appearance to go with a range of features for use in a wide range of commercial settings.

The new F10 provides high accuracy with a 2 MP dual-lens RGB and infrared camera, an HID NFC reader, attendance and access control capabilities, and IP65 waterproofing. It conforms with CE, FCC, RoHS, and certification to Japan’s TELEC wireless communication standards. The device includes a 10-inch capacitive touchscreen, and Telpo says it is designed with ergonomic aesthetics.

It is capable of matching people in less than a second from a database of up to 30,000 users, with 99.5 percent facial and mask recognition accuracy. The company says the F10 can provide accurate mask detection and identification of individuals regardless of race or settings with strong backlighting.

The device also includes biometric liveness detection to prevent spoof attacks, and supports multimodal identity verification with several ports for peripheral hardware.

Telpo can provide a complete facial recognition-based attendance, access control and visitor management system, with different combinations of hardware and software to address different business needs or serve multiple purposes. The F10 runs on Android, and an SDK is also available for secondary application development with short development cycles.

The F10 was developed for indoor or outdoor use in airports, banks, office buildings, buildings, hotels, retail stores, campuses and other settings in different countries.

Telpo has also recently launched a series of devices to support biometric transactions and identification for safe working, shopping, transportation and other activities as society recovers from the COVID-19 pandemic. Most recently, the company introduced a LAN solution for systems providing facial recognition and temperature scanning. Shenzhen University began checking students’ body temperatures with Telpo’s technology in June.

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