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Hikvision MinMoe Touch-Free Face Recognition Terminals win Security Hardware Product Innovation of the Year at Security and Fire Excellence Awards 2020

26th November 2020 - Hikvision has won the Security Hardware Product Innovation of the Year award for its MinMoe Touch-Free Face Recognition Terminals at the 2020 Security and Fire Excellence Awards. The Awards were presented in a virtual ceremony online on Wednesday November 25, hosted by Catchphrase’s Stephen Mulhern.

 

The MinMoe terminals (DS-K1T607 series and DS-K1T671 series) are powered by deep learning technology, which provides 99%-plus face recognition accuracy and access times of just 0.2 seconds/person. Harnessing Hikvision’s video security expertise, the terminals are equipped with a 2MP camera capable of capturing facial images in all lighting conditions, and dual lenses for anti-spoofing. The system also offers QR code access and swipe card or token verification, as well as a video intercom function for visitors.

 

On top of its facial recognition-based access control capability, the terminals use thermographic technology to provide a touch-free temperature screening solution. Skin-surface temperature screening results are accurate to ± 0.5°C. In addition, the terminals can be configured for mask detection, prompting users to wear a face covering if required and denying access