Can it notify when someone has a fever?
Currently it has a red LED that blinks at the top with a message about denying access. The solution currently does NOT log this information in the server when the fever or access denied condition occurs.
Does it save a picture of the employee?
To recognize a face it must store the face of the employee. It also will record an image of the employee (or stranger, if stranger record mode is enabled). This cannot be disabled. Scan history images will be saved to the CF card, it will post to the MzeroManage if included. 1 GB of scan history data is retained on the CF Card before rolling. Employee images for the purpose of face recognition are retained until the employee is removed.
Does it save a picture of a stranger?
By default saving pictures of the strangers is OFF in Settings -> Temperature Detection Settings -> Stranger Record OFF
How does it handle facial recognition?
It stores a photo of the face in a database, it uses Infrared technology to illuminate the face and does analysis on the facial features. In addition to recognizing the features it also needs to be a valid temperature so it must be a “living body”.
What do the LED indicator lights do?
The LED light on the head unit lights up green for a person who passes the facial recognition and temperature check. Alternatively, it lights up red for a stranger or high temperature subject. The LED on the base is not connected to the device, it is just for aesthetics at this time.
Is this able to serve as a clock in clock out function?
Yes, with Mzero Manage. Each time you scan at a specific kiosk the kiosk ID and time is logged. If face recognition is used then you also have the employee ID. If you have a different kiosk at the entry and another kiosk at the exit you can calculate the entry and exit times as the working hours (clock in clock out) and the difference between those two. A specific report would have to be developed on MzeroManage to relate timestamps between in kiosks and out kiosks. We might have to have a naming convention for the terminal IDs so we can denote which is exit and which one is entry in Manage. Anyone who forgets to clock out will be automatically clocked out at midnight and that would have to be reconciled at a later date.
Is it able record people that are turned away?
Is the temperature reading displayable on the screen?
Yes. It’s displayed on screen, you cannot turn it off.
Will it hold multiple profiles per person – beard, glasses, no glasses, etc?
One photo per person currently.
Could the kiosk assist with general check-ins without the temperature check?
The system is purpose-built to recognize known individuals such as employees and scan them or guests. The system will not be able to recognize guests. If your meetings are with only known stored group of individuals such as employees then it may be possible, with software development, to integrate this with a schedule system and notify a meeting organizer.
How are profiles loaded in the system? Is there a bulk upload option? And if there is a bulk upload option how does that work?
See user manual and/or video tutorials.
Where do they take the temperature from forehead or tear ducts?
It first detects the face with face detection then takes an IR temperature sensing, it will take the warmest temperature on the face be it the center of the head or the tear ducts or otherwise.
Can the kiosk operate in other languages?
The kiosk supports 16 languages including English, simplified Chinese, traditional Chinese, Italian, polish, German, Russian, Thai, Spanish, French, Arabic, Korean, Vietnamese, Indonesian, Czech and Romanian.