Temperature Measurement Kiosks with Facial Recognition
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Personnel kiosks with temperature check and facial recognition
Non-contact kiosks which automatically read body temperature in seconds, with optional facial recognition. These kiosks are invaluable to carry out employee temperature checks, to help identify illnesses and avoid the spread of viruses. Vet staff members and the public before entry to public and private premises such as healthcare settings, supermarkets, factories, transport hubs and corporate offices.
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Body temperature kiosk specifications
These kiosks are designed to help prevent virus spread and maintain a healthy environment for your employees, associates, visitors and the general public.
Facial recognition can be used to allow entry to pre-vetted individuals and/or store temperature readings for a user. Setting your own threshold for temperature readings, the device will give a successful message or warning with traffic light style LED lights.
Designed as a high-tech access control measure, our kiosks are ideal for use on entry to healthcare settings, supermarkets and retail shops, factories, transport hubs, office buildings, schools and universities and more.
With over 11 years' experience, LamasaTech deliver high-end technology solutions that are designed to work flawlessly. We distribute and support our products globally.
Our body temperature check kiosks have a 1-Year standard warranty to give you peace of mind.
Temperature Pass Management & Face Recognition Wall Terminal
Temperature Pass Management & Face Recognition Surface Fixed Terminal
Temperature Pass Management & Face Recognition Terminal on a Pedestal
Temperature Pass Management & Face Recognition Terminal on a Desk Stand
Please download the full specification sheet for full specs.
2 million pixels
Photo flood light
LED and IR dual photo flood light
8.0 inch IPS LCD screen
RK3288 quad-core (optional RK3399 six-core, MSM8953eight-core)
Ethernet and wireless (WIFI)
Temperature measurement accuracy
Temperature measurement range
Standard: 128 x 274.24 x 21.48 (mm)
Mounting and Configuration
Industry-leading, human body temperature reading devices
Our body temperature kiosk using Rockchip RK3288/ RK3399/ Qualcomm MSM8953 high-performance hardware, equipped with commercial-grade binocular camera, live face recognition technology and infrared thermal imaging module to support face-with-mask identification.
The devices support 1: 1 and 1: N face comparison and retrieval, face-with-mask recognition and human temperature detection, with automatic alarm for body temperature abnormality.
Non-contact body temperature kiosk with fast temperature checks and facial recognition
Durable, commercial-grade hardware
Accurate body temperature detection
Smart facial recognition
Frequently asked questions
The kiosks run Linux with an android custom shell.
The kiosk reads the temperature of the skin on the user's forehead.
The kiosks are completely non-contact and automated. Activated as the user approaches, the kiosk reads their temperature and matches their face to the database automatically. The user does not have to touch the device.
Our kiosks are manufactured in accredited factories in China. LamasaTech are a leading global provider of kiosks, touch screens and digital display technology. We have been producing kiosks since 2009. You can see some of our Case Studies here.
Yes, they are CE approved.
The kiosk is not categorised as medical device and therefore it only requires CE certification, which it has. The device is designed for mass vetting for users. Users that show abnormal temperature readings, should seek measurement with medical thermometers and medical advice.
If you require more than 100 devices, we can label the device with your details under the serial number label and on the packaging box.
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