Release Time: 2020-12-24
Under the Covid19 epidemic, any words emphasize technical safety are useless in front of the life safety. Besides the national-mandatory places, such as airports and train stations, most of the communities, offices, construction sites, factories and other places take facial recognition to realize touchless passing.
Therefore, for the subsequent construction and rehabilitation of the access control system, public health & safety , safety using should to be taken into consideration. In the future, the access control systems in communities, offices, construction sites, factories and other places may all be upgraded to face recognition ones. Face recognition access control system can play a huge advantage in emergency situations. In other words, under the influence of the epidemic, the access control systems of communities, offices, construction sites, factories and other places will face the following reforms.
1. Contact buttons will be replaced by contactless ones.
2. Manual-controlled elevator will be installed or upgraded to intelligent control system to realize button-free using;
3. Face recognition will become the main way of passing in public areas;
4. The whole processes driving, manageable, controllable and unified intelligent platform will become the mainstream.
This is not overcorrection, many intelligent access control systems have been working for ten several years, and some customers' access control and elevator systems have even been through SARS. Epidemic is temporary, it happens occasionally in more than ten years. But the flu outbreak season exists each year, those access control, elevators and other equipments which closely related to our work and life are high risk for public health.
It's never be too late to make up ! Possibility that one small improvements of our products or project can avoid a child suffering flu from using the go-out button.
Face recognition access control system can not only better guarantee the users safety, but also ensure the public health and safety.
Tag: Access control systems