Thermal Camera Technology
Increase the efficiency of traditional physical screening efforts with a high-throughput and contactless method of pre-screening people at access points. Now available for pre-order, the H4 Thermal Elevated Temperature Detection solution detects and notifies operators of people with elevated skin temperatures, so that further evaluation may take place.
Absolute Temperature Source
The H4 Thermal ETD is coupled with a black body uniform temperature source, which acts as an absolute temperature reference point for the thermal camera.
Occupancy Counting Technology
Avigilon cameras and ACC™ software leverage AI-powered video analytics to detect and track the ingress of people into your establishment. The technology helps automate the counting of people entering and exiting a facility. Results display in cloud-based dashboards that empower operators to know how many people are inside at any given time, determine peak periods, and understand high traffic entry or exit points that require more attention.
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Motorola Solutions’ Occupancy Counting Technology
Motorola Solutions’ Occupancy Counting technology in Avigilon Control Center (ACC) 7 video management software leverages AI-powered video analytics to detect when a person crosses an entry or exit point and displays the number of people inside a facility or area on a reporting dashboard in Avigilon Cloud Services (ACS). With Occupancy Counting, organizations can remove the staffing costs required to manually count people, understand hot spots or high traffic access points that require corrective action, and support social distancing guidelines by limiting the number of people inside a facility or area.
Social Distancing Technology
AI-powered analytics on Avigilon video security cameras can continuously monitor social distancing efforts within your facility. Facility managers can run a report of when social distancing violations occur, as well as recognize high violation zones and times requiring corrective measures.
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Motorola Solutions’ Social Distancing Technology
Video analytics embedded within the H5A camera automatically calculate distance between individuals within its field of view. Facility managers can run a report of when social distancing violations occur as well as recognize high traffic zones requiring additional attention or corrective action.
No Face Mask Detection Technology
Individuals not following health guidelines around the use of protective face masks can be detected using Avigilon video analytics on video security cameras. Facility managers can generate reports to better understand compliance levels to determine if corrective action or further education is necessary.
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Motorola Solutions’ Face Mask Detection Technology
Individuals not following health guidelines around the use of protective face masks can be detected using AI-enabled edge intelligence and analytics running on fixed video security cameras. This Face Mask Detection technology can be used to help determine if a person appears on camera without face mask protection and can notify security or operations through alerts in the video management software.
Body-Worn Cameras for Front-Line Workers
Body-worn cameras equipped on essential workers who face the risk of aggression, violence, and contamination, can deter public aggression while capturing evidential footage.
Essential workers around the world are risking COVID-19 infection on a daily basis to ensure emergency services are available, waste is collected, public transport still operates, and supermarkets remain open. In the midst of a health crisis, a change in the public’s behavior when interacting with workers can increase the level of risk to those on the frontline. With reports of interference, aggression, and even violence against essential workers increasing, and the all too real risk of contamination through human contact ever-present, employers have a duty of care for their employees, ensuring the safety of those key workers who are keeping communities functioning.
Contact Tracing with Access Control
Expedite contact tracing efforts with unified video security & access control technology. Obtain the information you need to help identify possible exposures and intervene faster.
Contact tracing can help ensure your workforce stays safe by helping to prevent contamination in your facilities. Physical access control enriched with video security evidence can provide important insights, such as understanding where an infected individual has been, which doors they accessed, and who else may have come in contact with those doors and that individual.
Contact Tracing in Higher Education
Gain Important Insights on Campus and Act Faster to Protect What Matters Most.
Many higher educational institutions are uncertain on whether they can safely reopen campuses. A unified video security and access control solution can enable safer campuses with the ability to generate reports on every location where a potentially infectious person has been, along with all other people who have been in the same locations for a specified period of time.
Mobile Patient Alert & Communications
Healthcare Facilities Can Manage Large Patient Populations Safely and Effectively With Bi-Directional Audio Communication And Visual Video Verification.
Nurses and doctors can centrally monitor rooms and communicate with patients using mobile nurse call stations outfitted with Avigilon Control Center (ACC) software and video security cameras. Advanced Avigilon video analytics deliver notifications to help improve response times while reducing contact with infected patients.