• - Quick identification through automated face mask check
  • - Decrease personnel cost with focus on peak periods
  • - Enable immediate action with alerts in real-time
  • - Document alignment with regulations

Ensure the use of protective face masks with mask detection as per guidelines

Face masks have already become a staple of life in many areas across the globe and will likely continue to be in the near future. As such, more pressure will be put on measures to check and increase usage. Video-enabled face mask detection is among the most efficient routes to ensuring safety and compliance. Wearing face masks and other protective face gear in public has been introduced by governments globally to manage the pandemic. Analytics can help identify whether people are complying to mask regulations using the same technology core as facial recognition. However, the goal is simply to anonymously detect if individuals are wearing a mask or not. This way it’s possible to be quickly alerted, helping ensure mask compliance and obtaining data on usage.

  • - Define where and how to place guide displays
  • - Improve in-store structure for better customer experiences and customer flow
  • - Allocate personnel for efficiency in peak periods

Identify busy areas with thermal / Heat maps

For people to uphold the rules of distancing, their environment must allow it. Here, businesses have a  responsibility to do area management. Analytics can help with crowd control and redirect people into  less busy areas. It’s important to understand the flow of customers and density levels on your  premises by recording the length of time people browse, where they linger and how they choose to  move or exit and enter, etc

  • - Obtain accurate and reliable data
  • - Deploy surveillance in challenging environments
  • - Get access to easy-to-interpret data
  • - Integrate with numerous applications and data sources

Empower your solution with LiDAR Sensor

Ensuring proper social distancing is understanding and anticipating how people move around. LiDAR sensors are an advanced 3D-sensing technology used to determine the movement, range and angle of moving objects via laser beams. With a LiDAR sensor, you can accurately measure the location of and distance between people, as well as the number of people in a given location. The sensor technology can also help enable accurate counts of people entering and exiting common areas, such as conference rooms, and provide automatic notifications if the maximum allowed number is exceeded. Paired with thermal cameras, LiDAR sensors can even help identify individuals with elevated body temperatures. The technology complies with GDPR because it doesn’t capture personally identifiable information.

  • - React in real time
  • - Inform customers or employees of breaches
  • - Prevent exposing employees or customers to unnecessary risk.

Display Information as Outcomes for Audience

Keeping both employees and customers well informed is a cornerstone of managing the measures surrounding Covid-19. Individuals need to understand how to comply with preventative measures, such as knowing about available workspaces or the right way to access a store. Having Analytics as a core solution provides the benefit of issuing visual messaging through digital signage systems. You can assimilate and disseminate all your data after analytics to display to inform people in real time. With a logic engine you can control what will be presented on displays, just as you can employ both audio messaging and listening.

  • - Get real-time notifications of inappropriate behaviour
  • - Enable quick action
  • - Avoid having employees handling uncomfortable interactions

Informing people of Safety Regulations

During a pandemic, any breach of guidelines requires immediate action. However, it can be challenging for employees to know when to react, as some situations may require additional resources. Automated cues are a less intrusive, yet effective way of reminding people of guidelines.

Analytics can enable other systems to automatically react with cues every time there is a breach of guidelines. The real-time cues enforce quick action from personnel or, even better, with an automatic video or audio response. For instance, you can program your system to send automated audio messages or visual cues reminding customers of regulations in real time, without needing to place customers in an unpleasant situation by addressing them personally.