Register
 (photo: )
21.05.2020, 15:52

Prepare Organisations for Lifting of Covid-19 Restrictions

Thermal & Acoustics, Technology, Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Interphone and global video surveillance specialist Dahua Technology are offering integrated thermal access and people control COVID-19 safety protection solutions.

 

The range of temperature monitoring cameras available includes free-standing, wall-mounted and integrated turnstile-mounted options. They are accurate up to a distance of three metres and to within ±0.3-0.5 degrees centigrade. They can be located at any entrance – all with easy installation and flexible deployment – to provide fast and non-contact screening, with extremely high passage efficiency. In fact, it takes just 0.2 seconds per person to identify any abnormal temperature and, if required, whether someone is not wearing a face mask.

 

Meanwhile, an AI-empowered people counting camera will be able to automatically and accurately calculate numbers in real-time for those organisations that require limited people flow in and out of buildings. It will provide full visibility and control of the amount of people entering a building, making it possible to avoid congestion, maintain social distancing and mitigate the risk of infection and spread of the pandemic.

 

When the number of people reaches a set limit, the flow control solution changes the digital signage located at the entrance, using a traffic light-style system, to automatically manage the movement of people. Anyone entering the building is alerted that the maximum capacity has been reached and asked to wait until space is available. As a result, there is no need to have added security staff located at the door to manually count people in and out of the building, which can help reduce workforce overheads and improve management efficiency.

 

"These technology solutions will assist in the identification of those persons who may be unwell, while controlling the flow of people in and out of buildings," says Julian Synett, CEO of Interphone Limited. "They will support effective prevention and control measures that will be required moving forward to protect occupants and visitors, as well as reduce the staffing requirement to carry out these monitoring and control functions at entrances and exits."  

 

Article rating:

vote data

Leave a reply

 (photo: Caio Christofoli)
News Editor  - 23.06.2020, 11:17

BSI Introduces Workplace Hygiene Solution

BSI has launched a suite of products and services to help organisations address operational challenges presented by the Covid-19 pandemic.

 (photo: Brett Sayles)
FM Editor  - 16.06.2020, 10:05

A Risk-free Home Working Revolution?

An analysis of 750 academic papers for the Advanced Workplace Institute (AWI) has identified trust, social cohesion, and information sharing as potential casualties of the migration towards working...

 (photo: Cushman & Wakefield)
News Editor  - 05.08.2020, 22:11

Beating the COVID-19 Blues

Cushman & Wakefield's Las Vegas office completed transactions involving almost 800,000 SF of leasehold property between 1 April and 30 June 2020.

 (photo: )
The Lighting Industry Association (The LIA)  - 04.08.2020, 15:49

Celebrating the Life of Peter Denny

The lighting industry has lost a true character with the passing last week of Peter Denny who served as President of the Lighting Industry Federation (a precursor of the Lighting Industry...