Dahua Technology, a world-leading, video-centric provider of smart IoT solutions, is helping businesses reopen. Thermal imaging, face detection, and other technologies play key roles in screening for skin temperature and determining whether someone is wearing a mask.
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@DahuaUSA is helping business reopen with technologies that provide an array of solutions, including mask detection.
“Since the start of the pandemic, Dahua has been devoted to providing an array of solutions to help keep businesses running wherever possible,” remarked Jennifer Hackenburg, Senior Product Marketing Manager of Dahua Technology USA. “Our offerings reflect the varied needs of different business environments – we strive to provide options for every budget and application.”
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Thermal temperature monitoring lets business owners get fast, accurate readings of the skin temperature of employees and customers. People pass through a checkpoint where a station measures the temperature of their skin; no contact is made and the traffic flow remains smooth. Compact and simple, the SafetyTemp Thermal Temperature Station is best for small installations. It takes measurements from up to six feet away and in only 0.2 seconds, raising audible alerts if a person’s skin temperature is above a user-defined threshold. It can also help determine whether a person is wearing a mask.
For medium and large installations, the Dahua Thermal Temperature Monitoring Solution is a more robust option that incorporates a hybrid network thermal camera, an NVR, and a blackbody calibration device for highly accurate skin temperature measurements (±0.54° F). Like SafetyTemp, this is a contact-free solution that makes screening fast and efficient. As people pass through the checkpoint, their skin temperatures are captured and the system can send alerts about temperature or mask status via the 4K 16-ch 1U NVR (DHI-NVR5216-16P-I) or a mobile app (DMSS). Two different camera options are available, including a new model (DH-TPC-BF3221-T), which is well-suited for medium-sized businesses due to a lower price point. It offers accurate readings from up to 16 feet away. The high-end model (DH-TPC-BF5421) has a higher resolution thermal lens, lower NETD, and large aperture, resulting in more pixels and less noise in the image. This in turn means more data points for the system to analyze and lets the camera obtain readings from up to 23 feet away.
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