Yes, GoSafe recognizes faces even when the person is wearing a protective mass. It will continuously improve the facial recognition database by collecting pictures & information about new people directly on the device. Supports 1:1 and N:1 facial recognition algorithm for higher accuracy. Matches against the database of 30,000 faces in less than one second.
GoSafe supports public cloud deployment, private cloud deployment, on-premise server deployment & stand-alone use. Operate each device in stand-alone mode or connect to the network to be managed as a fleet. OneScreen Central Software is used to facilitate centralized database management, device management, and different restriction levels for each location/device.
Yes, optional peripherals including ID card & fingerprint scanners can be added. Matching faces with the ID Card and fingerprints can improve accuracy. Other peripherals including IC card reader & two-dimensional code reader are also supported.
Yes, industrial standard interfaces (Wiegand, Relay, R5-232) for controlling doors and gates, USB interfaces for connecting peripheral devices and firmware updates, and ethernet and Wi-Fi connections for network management are provided to manage these connections.
GoSafe compares your image with the face database stored locally in the device. With the Bioassay feature, it can differentiate between a live face (living body) and a photo and denies access if someone tries to scan a photo. It recognizes faces even when the person is wearing a protective mass and supports 1:1 and N:1 facial recognition for higher accuracy. Facial recognition can be completed against a face database of 30,000 people in one second.
The data is not directly pushed to the cloud . The devices are capable of connecting to ethernet and Wi-Fi . You can create and monitor all devices on your network via the management software . for cloud-based use or remote use, our device comes with remote management software . Cloud-based deployments are possible .
It will only scan faces and no other objects . However, if you are holding a hot cup of coffee near your face, the thermal scanner reading will not be accurate since the temperature close to the face is elevated .
Yes, it detects if you are wearing a protective face mask. You can also select the additional protection by denying the entry of anyone without the mask. The light will blink red and the device will ask the user to wear a mask for the access to be granted.
It's industrial-grade, waterproof, dustproof & vandal-proof design is reliable in indoor & covered outdoor environments . Industrial-grade binocular wide dynamic camera with infrared and LED dual photoflood lamp recognizes faces in the dark .
The reports for attendance management, time in and out, shifts creation and attendance tracking of shifts, holidays, blacklists, whitelists can all be created with the management software that comes with the device . The management software can run on any Windows-based computer.
The fleet of GoSafe devices can be managed, turned on and off remotely, upgrade firmware, send emergency notifications, database management, attendance reports management, and export, etc . from an on-premise or cloud-based server .
With the alert turned OFF, it says 'Abnormal temperature - L red light' in a friendly voice . With the alert turned ON in settings, a siren sounds . The alert is an alarm sounding slightly louder than the voices.
GoSafe is a screening device and can be used in offline mode without connecting to any network. If connected to a network, we recommend installing a small concentrator device in your network to secure data between the device inside your LAN and to the central server in TLS 1.2.
GoSafe stores pictures at the time of the entry of employees that were recognized. It can also store pictures of strangers if the setting for capturing strangers is enabled. It also stores the temperature at the time of entry, the date and time of entry, and employee ID.
One GoSafe can scan approximately 15 employees per minute assuming employees stand at least 6 ft apart. You can determine the number of units you need based on the rate at which the employees enter the facility's entry points over a given period.