Visual and Thermal Perimeter Defense
Get a real idea of who is entering before they do
Imagine convenient and secure access control, with no key card required. No more searching for your card when it’s cold outside, or worrying about forgetting your card at home. With facial recognition access control you get easy, controlled building access and so much more.
The technology provides a 2 MP, wide-angle, dual-lens, anti-spoofing camera system that can recognize live faces, even in dark environments. It has the capacity to recognize different faces, contactless cards, and store events. The device can perform as an all-in-one access controller with support for a secondary card reader, or it can connect to an external access control controller.
As if ease of use and interoperability were not enough, the solution can be set up to allow for thermal checks to see if the individual might have a temperature. What an opportunity to deny access to someone that could have an illness to an entry point.
Bringing security and convenience to users, visitors can call residents who can see and communicate with the visitor, and unlock the door remotely using a mobile app or a video intercom. The combination of video surveillance, access control, video intercom, and attendance tracking functions make this solution a versatile and concise solution for multiple challenges.
Realize Security and Environmental Benefits
Superior environmental adaptability:
Thermal products are capable of capturing images all day and night, regardless of environmental factors such as darkness, bright light, backlight, fog, and haze.
More accurate alarms:
Powerful behavior analyses (line crossing, intrusion, region entrance, and exit) are based on a deep learning algorithm, which provides higher alarm accuracy and reduces false alarms.
Compared to optical cameras, thermal detection covers much longer distances and requires fewer devices to install.
With thermal cameras, you can easily discover objects and potential risks otherwise invisible to normal cameras. In addition to thermal images, the built-in visible-light module can provide supplementary recorded evidence – lowering costs for installation.