Three new biometric devices from Telpo support wide range of indoor and outdoor applications
Telpo has announced the launch of three new biometric devices to support a range of touchless processes for businesses and retailers.
The new F8 AI facial recognition device provides high performance at a low cost, according to the company, with the RV1109 vision processor from Rockchip. The device also runs a dual-core ARM Cortex-A7 CPU and an NPU at 1.2Tops (Tera operations per second). Along with an optimization algorithm, the F8 provides increased operational efficiency and low power consumption compared to devices with legacy chips.
The F8 also features 5M-pixel image signal processor (ISP) with 3F HDR and a 5M H.264/H.265 encoder and decoder for powerful image processing and display output capabilities, the company says. It reads QR codes, FRID cards, and supports video communication.
Running on Android or Linux, the F8 provides open, multi-task functionality with device independence, rich network communication, reliable security and portability. IR and visible light cameras support liveness detection and robust illumination. The device can recognize individuals within 0.4 seconds with 99.5 percent accuracy, according to the announcement, and IP65 durability makes it suitable for indoor or outdoor use.
Telpo suggests the F8 for smart building, smart campuses, new retail, smart hotels, smart scenic spots, and smart station applications.
The F2 outdoor face biometrics-based access control device features dual-camera RGB and IR imaging, IP66 dust and waterproofing, and SIP intercom functionality. The company also says its lighting system and advanced facial recognition algorithm make it effective for verifying the identity of people with different skin colors.
The high-end F10 device is the latest biometrics hardware launched by Telpo to serve a range of use cases from facial recognition payments to workforce management.
The device features a 10-inch, 800 by 1280-pixel HD screen to help make instructions or promotional materials visible to people of all ages. Identification success or failure can be indicated with customizable colored indicator lights. A wide-angle dynamic camera and deep learning facial recognition algorithm are implemented for enhanced spoof detection.
Telpo says the F10 supports GDPR’s privacy protections and provides IP66-rated durability. The device can detect masks, measure body temperature individually or for multiple people, works in environments with poor lighting, and provides a user-friendly design, according to the product announcement.
The announcements are part of Telpo’s series of webinars demonstrating the new devices and their capabilities. The company is planning another product launch for November.