OneScreen Announces GoSafe Body Temperature and Facial Recognition Scanner to Help Schools and Businesses Reopen Safely
Businesses, schools and other public spaces are balancing the need for maximum openness with maximum safety. At entryways, body temperature and facial recognition scanners like GoSafe from OneScreen are becoming the new normal. GoSafe goes one step beyond by incorporating advanced AI running on the latest Qualcomm Technologies and free, unlimited help and training from live agents.
SAN DIEGO June 24, 2020
As the US begins to reopen schools, commercial areas and all kinds of public spaces, keeping the public safe has gotten far more complex. GoSafe from OneScreen addresses this with a body temperature and facial recognition scanner to help assure smooth operations at any point of entry and is built with the Qualcomm® MSM8953 System-on-Chip (SoC), with the Qualcomm® AI Engine for high performance and security.
GoSafe securely scans in less than one second with on-device AI, provides access control integration for automatic doors, is the only scanner with live video assistance for real time entry approval as well as centralized management for multiple scanners, data and attendance. And also offers free, unlimited help & training.
Businesses, institutions, airports, venues and many other types of public spaces are working hard to demonstrate that people can safely return in the wake of the global pandemic. At the same time, more people are realizing that basic key cards and access codes are insecure and outdated. The solution is an all-in-one access control system that monitors for signs of fever and can recognize authorized users in less than a second, with or without a mask.
For any areas with restricted access, GoSafe offers all the hardware and software for centralized management of multiple scanners, data handling, and attendance records. Wherever access oversight is limited, GoSafe integrates easily with automatic doors and provides voice activated, live help on-demand. For organizations of all sizes, GoSafe shares the OneScreen promise of free, unlimited support & training.
OneScreen’s collaboration with Qualcomm Technologies was instrumental in bringing this new technology to life so rapidly. OneScreen built onto the foundation of a body temperature and facial recognition device and added their video, central management and attendance software, along with the powerful Qualcomm® MSM8953 System-on-Chip (SoC) for added speed and security.
Sufian Munir, CEO, OneScreen explained the idea behind GoSafe, “We take our product quality responsibilities very seriously because we know how much our customers expect from us. That means more than just protecting the privacy and security of personal data, it means always looking for ways to improve their lives in the real world. We’ve sought ways to simplify collaboration and education. With GoSafe, we are working to simplify the process of bringing people back together safely.”
GoSafe has begun to appear at entryways in a variety of forms - as a wall-mount, on a desktop or as a vertical stand. In addition to variations of temperature or facial recognition, GoSafe settings can be set to check customers for face masks or read badge numbers on ID cards. Customers can choose purchase-to-own or monthly subscription options to put GoSafe protections in place right away.
When collaboration technologies work together, organizations can realize the benefit of people working together. OneScreen Hubware and software solutions facilitate the way collaborators need to flow between work tools and access a variety of content, data, and people to be continuously productive.
Headquartered in San Diego, California, OneScreen has offices in the United States, Pakistan, Colombia, Mexico, U.A.E. and Canada.
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"We take our product quality responsibilities very seriously because we know how much our customers expect from us. That means more than just protecting the privacy and security of personal data, it means always looking for ways to improve their lives in the real world. We’ve sought ways to simplify collaboration and education. With GoSafe, we are working to simplify the process of bringing people back together safely."