Geutebrück has extended its product portfolio with three DSGVO-compliant video solutions, including non-contact and visual protection measures to contain the Coronavirus.
Body temperature measurement, detection of face masks and the counting of visitor flows: Geutebrück has expanded its portfolio to enable the retail trade, public authorities, operators of public transport and industry to adjust their protective measures to the current situation.
Without having to resort to biometric data, the intelligent video security systems process images in real time. This way, both customers and personnel are protected, and compliance with official regulations or prescribed hygiene measures is being controlled and documented.
When measuring body temperature, people are automatically screened. Fields of application are where many people come together, e.g. in companies, manufacturing plants, train stations, at airports, in public or private institutions.
The automated face mask detection verifies compliance with such precautions and can – when connected to an access control system – allow or block entry to a building. It is suitable for any facility with public access.
Visitor counting and routing is of particular interest to shop owners who need to ensure that the number of customers in their premises is kept below the maximum. As with all Geutebrück solutions, the most recent developments are GDPR compliant and protect the privacy and personal rights of all those involved.
“Our clients are facing unknown challenges in the current situation. Our solutions can help in many fields to overcome such challenges by means of visualisation and automatisation – yet without reaching capacity limits,” says Christine Heger-Essig, Geutebrück’s chief technology officer.
© Technews Publishing (Pty) Ltd | All Rights Reserved