NFR-700L Facial Recognition Terminal with IR Thermometer
…Innovative, Contactless Temperature Sensing Technology
The NFR-700L Facial Recognition Terminal with IR Thermometer incorporates thermal imaging cameras to help spot people with elevated temperatures and can send pop-up alerts to users of the software. Mounted on a post, wall, door frame, or turnstile, the scanner can be programmed to allow access by permitted temperature range. It supports facial recognition even when users are wearing a mask – using a powerful embedded camera and the latest face and demographic recognition algorithm.
It supports facial recognition even when users are wearing a mask.
It supports facial recognition even when users are wearing a mask – using a powerful embedded camera and the latest face and demographic recognition algorithm. The camera reads the facial characteristics that are not covered, including eyes, eyebrows, and parts of the nasal bridge to identify users so that they can keep their masks on at all times while still gaining access to their facilities. It can also be used to flag people who aren’t wearing the protective coverings and require them to wear a mask to gain access to a building. This contactless access control terminal is perfect for use in hospitals, buses, schools, government facilities, and numerous other settings.
”"Employers should measure the employee’s temperature and assess symptoms prior to them starting work. Ideally, temperature checks should happen before the individual enters the facility."Centers for Disease Control and PreventionCoronavirus 2019
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Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19). Interim Guidance. (23, July, 2020). Screening K-12 Students for Symptoms of COVID-19: Limitations and Considerations. [Blog post]. Retrieved from https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/community/schools-childcare/symptom-screening.html