Facial recognition camera reads body temperature


Bolide Technology Group has released a touchless access control camera with facial recognition which also offers the capability of reading the body temperature of the person attempting access.

As a result this camera can be used to prevent persons with abnormal body temperatures from entering the workplace, or for example, to prevent anyone not wearing a facial mask. Bolide’s new BN-2600ACTC access control camera is a new touchless device that arms any facility with access control while minimizing contact at the workplace, helping avoid the spread of germs and viruses.
The main features of the Bolide BN-2600ACTC include automatic no-contact temperature reading and face recognition; detection of persons without masks; push alarm; high temperature alarm; 1080P video resolution; 4mm fixed lens; and it supports the Internet Explorer browser.