Newest Example Of Dependable Thermal Access Control Systems Launched

There is no doubt but that COVID-19 has long-term effects on the way companies operate their businesses. As more effort is being applied to allowing people to return to the work environment, businesses are also tasked by a new set of regulations that apply on two fronts. The concept of security now includes checking for the potential of illness as evidenced by a higher than normal temperature. Accordingly, we have developed ESI Thermal Access Control Systems, a dependable and flexible way to monitor entry.

The technological advance helps companies to safely re-open. The thermal reader is the newest system in ESI’s product portfolio. The no-contact thermal reader is the perfect solution for organizations wanting to safely re-open their premises after stay at home orders are removed. The customizable parameters include facial recognition, body temperature, the presence of PPE masks, scan of an RFID card or QR code. With the threat of the coronavirus, businesses are looking for safe solutions for customers, employees, and vendors. The launch of our new product helps to enhance safety measures.

For most states today, masks are required in order to enter a business. These regulations are constantly changing and evolving, and the installation of our unit allows for changing parameters just as quickly. The business owner who wants to re-open their facility can access the published guidelines and set the access codes to comply. The equipment comes with event logging tools to ensure that companies have complied with the area guidelines and regulations in place.

Some of the key features which are included in the system include fully customizable entry criteria, no contact temperature readings, detection of a PPE facial mask, and facial recognition with storage capacity at 10,000 images. The high-quality image reading occurs in a fraction of a second and has an anti-spoofing detection feature.

Entry control technology has been around for decades. During a global pandemic such as that created by COVID-19, additional measures must be employed for the safety of the employees, customers and others.