As offices look to reopen with the return of employees, and the retail and leisure sectors begin to welcome customers back, it’s essential to ensure a safe environment for everyone.
To help organisations find the right approach, e92plus has created a new division, e92worksafe, to help launch the OneScreen GoSafe to the UK market. It’s a safe access control system that incorporates body temperature and facial recognition scanning, but goes one step beyond basic solutions by incorporating advanced AI running on the latest Qualcomm Technologies with free, unlimited help and training from live agents.
Visitors and staff can be quickly scanned to ensure their temperature is safe, with the additional options for checking for mask usage and/or facial recognition. That’s the start of advanced control integration – from automatic doors, to employee check-ins, to notifications for visitors, all through a centralised management platform that can link to multiple scanners and consolidate data and attendance.
Mukesh Gupta, Chief Executive & Founder at e92plus, explains: “Organisations of every size are evaluating how they can open their businesses up to staff and customers in a safe way. Many people are keen to get back to work, shopping or leisure, but are looking for re-assurance that their safety is being addressed. We’ve created a new division as we can see huge potential in the OneScreen GoSafe as a technology that addresses this need, and can help our channel partners expand the assistance they’re already providing to their customers in helping them get ready for return”.
Many organisations have so far relied on manual processes or scanning, which take up significant staff time and often introduce further safety challenges. Instead, the OneScreen GoSafe automates that process, and then can be further extended through the extension API integrations.
Sufian Munir, CEO, OneScreen describes the idea behind GoSafe, “We are looking to go beyond just protecting the privacy and security of personal data, it means always looking for ways to improve their lives in the real world. We’ve sought ways to simplify collaboration and education. With GoSafe, we are working to simplify the process of bringing people back together safely.”
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