Dahua TMAC helps industry comply with Test and Trace

posted on Thursday, 9th July 2020 by Steve May

Corporate AV  Habitech  Security 

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In the wake of Super Saturday, and the continuing unlocking of retail and business, Habitech is throwing its award-winning support behind Dahua’s TMAC access control technologies. Product Manager Stewart Day and his team have announced a campaign of one-to-one tutorials in order to highlight the plug-and-play versatility of the TMAC solution.

Speed of deployment and processing will be key to helping businesses comply with the responsibilities set out by the UK government going forward. The latest guidelines require pubs, bars, restaurants and salons to enable NHS test and trace “by keeping a temporary record of your customers and visitors for 21 days”, and to monitor “the maximum number of customers that can reasonably follow social distancing guidelines at the venue”.

Dahua’s new Temperature Monitoring Access Control (TMAC) solution is a completely contactless and integrated system of camera, temperature/facial recognition tech, and 7-inch display, built into a single terminal for easy wall, floor and desk mounting.

Suitable for deployment at entry and exit points, Dahua’s TMAC terminals can process facial images with 99 per cent accuracy and measure temperature to 0.3°C resolution in as little as 0.2 seconds. Such industry-leading accuracy and speed means businesses can rely on the rapid contactless monitoring of individuals to identify and isolate risk as part of their test and trace obligations.

Simultaneously TMAC will remove the need for expensive, labour-intensive crowd control while giving customers the confidence that their safety is protected, suggests Habitech. In addition, multi-layer authentication allows businesses to make temperature the single access test, bolt on facemask detection, add a customer flow limiting feature, or store facial IDs temporarily. For all its virtues the TMAC platform is inexpensive (around £2k trade per stand).

“Having set-up and used TMAC I’m seriously impressed by its speed, accuracy and ease of use,” says Product Manager Stewart Day. “We’re doing all we can to make the same impression on CI and commercial installers from a distance with our program of one-to-one support, because when they see it, they get it. We’re offering our customers the opportunity to double down on this virus for the greater good. It’s actually win-win for everybody.”

For more news stories about Habitech’s product portfolio and services, visit our resource page here.

Steve May

Inside CI Editor Steve May is a freelance technology specialist who also writes for T3TechRadarHome Cinema Choice, Trusted Reviews and The Luxe Review.

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