The new solution offers a contactless check-in process to keep everyone safe and healthy
GAI-TRONICS, the global leader in manufacturing industrial and commercial communication solutions, announces its new access control feature to the HUBBCOM™ family of products, Temperature Sensing. Temperature sensing is a new way to facilitate a contactless check-in process for employees and authorised visitors in a building.
“GAI-TRONICS is proud to have developed an access control feature that complies with WHO COVID-19 safety standards and guidelines to ensure peace of mind and promote health and safety.”
-Stu Foote, Senior Product Manager
Benefits of Temperature Sensing Access Control Include:
- Body temperature reading while wearing a mask
- Minimisation of face-to-face contact when checking into a building
- Reduction of contact transmission by reporting irregular body temperatures
- Reduction of manual temperature scanning workload
- Compliance with COVID-19 safety standards and regulations
Temperature sensing works like this: an authorised user walks into a business’s vestibule/lobby, scans their access card and is prompted to align their face with the template that appears on the screen. Body temperature is read within 2-5 seconds and, if a satisfactory temperature is detected, access is granted. Access to a building is denied if an irregular body temperature is detected. An email report of the body temperature and photo are sent to a pre-determined individual (security personnel or facility operations management etc.).
What makes GAI-TRONICS’ system different? HUBBCOM™ devices provide numerous functionalities from access control and point-to-point audio/video intercom to SIP telephony and facility-wide or zoned broadcasting and alarm generation. Temperature sensing is an option offered on HUBBCOM™ models (GSC1100TS, GSC2100TS, GSC3100TS and GSC4100TS).
Temperature sensing access control is an ideal security solution for businesses across a wide range of markets including manufacturing facilities, offices, educational institutions, healthcare and almost any building with an indoor vestibule/entryway.