07 Apr Recognising masks/face coverings – How our software can help.
The science behind face coverings
Wearing a mask has become as important as ever during recent months. Face coverings are said to protect people around you rather than the wearer. The standard mask for use in health-care settings is the N95 respirator. It can filter out 95% of airborne particles. Of course, not everyone on the street will wear an N95 respirator, but a cloth mask alone, can reduce the spread. Linsey Marr, an environmental engineer at Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, states that multiple layers of fabric and a tighter weave in a mask is better.
Mandatory face coverings
With masks becoming mandatory in shops and other inside settings, it can sometimes be hard for security to manage who is not wearing one.
They must delegate time, instructing, and turning people away who do not have a mask. Time which could be spent on other areas of their job. That is where our innovative software can help.
Our temperature monitoring & mask detection solution
Temperature monitoring has been on the increase since the start of the pandemic. A high temperature/fever is one of the main symptoms of COVID-19. Being able to spot this early, can help filter out those who may be infected. Reducing the risks and chances of an outbreak. Our cameras do just this, but also can help with face coverings. How? Well, our devices also come equipped with mask detection and facial recognition features. They can be the eyes of your workplace. Spotting who is wearing a mask and who isn’t. Our cameras can be integrated with door access – so if a mask is not detected, entrance to a building will be denied.
Our innovative and automated technology can help your workplace enforce regulations upon re-opening. Saving your staff relentless and mundane tasks. They can focus on business/their actual job and our cameras can help with your health and safety.
Automation can simplify your lives, making re-opening during a pandemic less stressful.
Furthermore, our cameras offer reassurance for customers and staff. Our cameras can be visible on a desk and floor stand, or a turnstile. They can represent your commitment to the safety of your employees/visitors/residents/customers.
Encouraging business in retail settings and protecting residents/visitors in care settings.
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