SAFR 3.0 improves face detection and recognition accuracy for both masked and unmasked faces. The release introduces a new default high sensitivity face detector. Customers running the high sensitivity face detector will see a 95.1 percent detection rate and 98.85 percent recognition accuracy rate for faces covered by PPE face masks — including non-surgical fabric masks of varying patterns — in surveillance-style videos of faces in motion. Detection efficiency has also been improved when multiple faces are simultaneously in the field of view to ensure detection and recognition speeds remain high. SAFR 3.0 also includes a new mask detection dashboard that enables customers to anonymously track mask usage rates and view and filter by age, gender, location and time. This dashboard joins the existing occupancy and traversal dashboards available in the SAFR web console.