Touch-free face recognition for access control

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Hikvision announced its new access control and time and attendance offerings, the MinMoe face recognition terminals, promising a new era of face recognition access control.

To meet a multitude of real-world scenarios and customer needs, the MinMoe face recognition terminals consist of four product lines in the full series: Value Series, Pro Series, Ultra Series, and Face Recognition Modules for Turnstiles. With powerful functions and competitive prices, the Value Series (DS-K1T341A/DS-K1T331) products have been uniquely designed for SMB scenarios, such as offices and retail shops.

“We see great advantages in the ‘touch-free’ experience that face recognition provides. With advanced deep learning technology and diverse practical functions, we expect that MinMoe face recognition terminals can bring more security and efficiency to our small and medium-sized customers, making access control and time and attendance much easier,” says Frank Zhang, president of the International Product and Solution Centre at Hikvision.

Fast, accurate recognition, even in darkness

Hikvision MinMoe face recognition terminals are powered by a deep learning algorithm, which increases accuracy of face recognition to over 99% and enhances verification speeds to under 0,2 seconds. The enhanced verification rates and accuracy ensure a pleasant, touch-free experience for users – a vast improvement over swiping ID cards or fingerprint scans.

Furthermore, MinMoe face recognition terminals perform well in low- and even zero-light environments.

Better security with face anti-spoofing

Equipped with dual lenses – a visible light lens and an infrared lens – MinMoe face recognition terminals will only grant access when both lenses detect the same person, as well as determine whether the face is actual, not an image. This anti-spoofing technology makes access control management much safer and prevents most attendance fraud.

Multiple linkages and third-party integration options

Along with door linkage, MinMoe face recognition terminals can be linked with NVRs for data recording and storage. They can also be linked with network cameras to allow clear video recording of the scene when any pre-set events are triggered.

MinMoe products also provide an abundance of third-party integration options for extensive compatibility, allowing quick and cost-effective connections between MinMoe face recognition terminals and customers’ existing door control and attendance systems.

For more information about Hikvision MinMoe face recognition terminals, visit https://www.hikvision.com/en/products/Access-Control-Products/Face-Recognition-Terminals/


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