ISS – Intelligent Security Systems, a supplier of intelligent Video Management System (VMS) and analytics for myriad security and business intelligence applications, has responded to the global business community’s demand for a pragmatic and accurate solution to help get employees get back to work.
The new ‘Plan for a Safe Return to Work’ solution offering from ISS integrates the company’s proven SecurOS™ solutions with new capabilities designed to provide organisations with a fully integrated software-solution to help restore business operations.
“The COVID-19 pandemic has presented organisations of all types and classifications with a new set of challenges that impact the security, safety and health of all individuals who enter their premises, as well as the liability and responsibility of the host,” said Aluisio Figueiredo, CEO of Intelligent Security Systems.
Our ‘Plan for a Safe Return to Work’ solution combines the best in ISS VMS and analytics technologies"
“Right now, the biggest challenge is how to get people back to work, engaged in commerce, education and all of the everyday activities that drive the economy with effective safeguards in place. Our ‘Plan for a Safe Return to Work’ solution combines the best in ISS VMS and analytics technologies to provide a practical versatile and scalable way to accomplish this important goal.” The ISS Plan for a Safe Return to Work solution integrates four critical components into a comprehensive, easily deployed software-driven solution.
Protective mask detection analytics
Built on the SecurOS platform as its foundation, the holistic solution combines touchless elevated skin temperature detection via thermal camera integration, touchless identification and access control credentialing via FaceX facial recognition, and protective mask detection analytics to ensure individuals are wearing a protective covering over their nose and mouth.
“The integration of these intelligent access control and workforce management solutions onto the ISS SecurOS platform can help organisations get back to business quickly and cost-effectively,” concluded Figueiredo.