- To monitor public movement amidst the ease of lockdown caused due to COVID-19 pandemic, D-Link has launched a new temperature screening solution
- The temperature screening camera kit features facial recognition and instant alert mechanism to prevent any further disease transmission
D-Link has introduced its announced new DCS-9500T Group Temperature Screening Camera Kit that can simultaneously scan up to 30 people with a rapid response time within 30 ms, eliminating queues in busy public areas such as office buildings, factories, schools, shopping centres, etc. The DCS-9500T also comes with free management software that allows for remote management, device configuration and data analysis across multiple sites.
The DCS-9500T features dual-lens technology for high-quality footage, while 17 viewing modes and intelligent facial recognition allow for accurate and rapid identification. The DCS-9500T can distinguish people and raise an alarm when someone has an elevated temperature. Body temperature can be measured to an accuracy of ±0.3 degrees Celsius with a sensitivity of 40mK.
John Lee, chairman, D-Link Corporation said, “As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to affect everyone globally, accurate temperature monitoring has become more important than ever. The DCS-9500T is an essential solution for businesses to protect their employees and customers and enhance public safety in busy public spaces.”
Rohit Purushottam, VP – Enterprise Sales, D-Link (India) Ltd. said, “While the world was on a pause to help combat the spread of Coronavirus, lockdown is now being eased with businesses & public spaces reopening. In a situation like this, we need solutions that will help monitor & stop the further spread of COVID-19. D-Link DCS-9500T has been engineered to accurately screen large groups, making it invaluable in detecting elevated temperatures and enhancing public safety in busy places.”
The DCS-9500T Group Temperature Screening Camera Kit is currently available from D-Link.