ZKTeco’s SpeedFace access control reader models SF1005-V and SF1008 now have the option of an integrated thermal sensor which can detect a person’s body temperature within +/- 0.6 degrees Fahrenheit when standing within 18 inches, said the company. Body temperature detection is being used throughout the world to alert or prevent people with elevated body temperature from entering public venues including schools, restaurants, hospitals, health clubs, doctors’ offices, theaters and other locations.
ZKTeco SpeedFace readers include an embedded face and palm recognition sensor which provides touchless user authentication. Speedface readers can quickly and accurately identify a user’s face when standing within 2 feet and/or their palm is held within 15 inches of the reader. The readers can even recognize users’ faces while wearing masks for enhanced security and convenience.
Arteco video event management software (VEMS) is designed to help organizations gain the most relevant video and security information at any given time. Their focus is on identifying critical events and areas of interest, rather than sifting through hours of non-critical video footage. VEMS combines alarms and notifications from third-party devices such as video surveillance, access control, license plate recognition (LPR), fire detection, gunshot detection, video analytics, building automation and now ZKTeco SpeedFace+ readers.
“The integration of ZKTeco’s body temperature technology adds incredible value to Arteco’s offer, especially in this particular period,” stated Giampaolo Sabbatani, CEO of Arteco. “Our mission is bridging the gap between effective security solutions and security professionals. Having SpeedFace access control readers integrated into Arteco management software is part of this mission we pursue every day by proposing custom-made solutions that make their job much easier.”
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