Integrated Operations partners with Planix Group for state of the art detection products
The detection products are intended to be applied in a wide variety of locations and industries including schools, sports venues, hotels, offices, medical, retail, mass transportation (airports, trains, buses, cruise terminals, etc.), warehouses and for personal use. The detection-based products focus on detecting fevers and mask wearing and can offer full facial, hand, and fingerprint recognition to keep people healthy and safe.
Automated Temperature & Fever Detection
Most fever detection devices require a short distance of less than six inches for accurate measurements between the person being measured and the operator, which puts both people at risk of viral transmission. The Viral Defense automatic fever measurement system is fully automated and measures up to five people at the same time within a range of six feet. This is ideal for large areas with long lines that need to move quickly and efficiently.
The Viral Defense automatic fever measurement system is fully automatic and does not require an operator to do the measurement. The system can measure up to 5 persons at a time.
Automated Mask Wearing Detection System
Face masks, when worn properly, have been proven to significantly reduce the spread of viruses and germs. The Viral Defense Automated Mask Wearing Detection System detects people wearing and not wearing face masks automatically. The system can be connected to existing or new CCTV security cameras, allowing security personnel to be alerted about non-compliant visitors.
Settings include a “normal application” where the screening is anonymous and respects privacy protocols. For additional security measures, facial recognition can be added as an additional option in venues requiring higher security.
Advanced Multibiometric Technologies
Additional technologies have been launched including the Fingerprint Matching system which achieves faster and more accurate fingerprint matching results. The system offers an unmatched algorithm to identify fingerprints in large-scale databases without compromising accuracy. The Iris Recognition system represents an ideal choice as a non-invasive and simple to use biometric solution. Iris recognition is based on important advantages such as the stability and uniqueness of the iris pattern. The Face recognition system combines facial feature biometrics in a non-intrusive and widely accepted methodology.
When used in combination with identification cards, it is able to confirm that the person submitting information matches the provided identification in the system. The Palmprint Recognition System implements matching characteristics that have made it a widely desired application. As with fingerprints, palm recognition is represented by information presented in the friction ridge impressions. Their uniqueness and permanence are a trusted form of identification.