Detect If An Individual Is Wearing A Face Mask

    With face masks being made compulsory in a wide range of scenarios our technology can help ensure these regulations are being abided by. Our mask detection solution is suitable in a wide range of scenarios where face masks are compulsory, or even just recommended, providing a simple way to monitor the situation and to remind people of the rules.

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    The solution works by using advanced artificial intelligence (AI) to recognise if an individual is wearing a mask or not. If it detects that you are not wearing a mask an audio alert is triggered reminding the individual to wear one. This data can then be stored should you have to prove or check if an individual was wearing a mask when they entered your premises.


    Benefits Of Mask Detection Technology 


    The mask detection system gives an audio output to the individual not wearing a mask and reminds them of their responsibility to do so. This reduces confrontation as it’s not a member of staff asking someone to wear a mask but rather an automated system.

    The system alerts relevant members of staff if someone is not wearing a mask, immediately allowing them to resolve the situation.

    It’s more cost-effective to utilise mask detection technology and alert a member of staff if an issue arises than it is to pay someone to monitor the situation.

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