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Security & Safety Things offers COVID-19 video analytics solutions to assist retailers in reopening

These include cameras based on the company’s open Camera OS and curated apps for occupancy management, face mask recognition and social distancing monitoring


June 10, 2020
By SP&T Staff
SP&T Staff

Security & Safety Things GmbH (S&ST), together with its partners, is offering packages of smart security cameras and video analytic solutions designed to provide retailers with immediate solutions to practical challenges from the COVID-19 pandemic.

In an effort to assist retailers operating their shops in compliance with COVID-19 regulations, these packages will include test cameras running the S&ST operating system. Integrators and end-customers can choose and deploy AI applications on these cameras to address operational challenges related to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Uses for applications include:

    • Occupancy management
    •  Face mask detection
    • Social distancing monitoring

Security & Safety Things’ developer partners include Link Analytix, which is offering Retail Flux, a real-time occupancy solution designed to limit risk of infection for both shoppers and employees. SAIMOS has developed the SAIMOS Counting app which can be used to monitor multiple entrances and exits to track occupancy in real-time and manage visitor access through automated displays at entry points.

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A face mask detection app, offered by Geutebrück, is able to recognize if an individual is wearing a protective mask and instantly notifies unprotected persons to onsite staff or remote operators via a connected Video Management System. SAIMOS also offers a feature for face mask detection in their counting app.

CVEDIA’s Talos Social Distancing app features a foot traffic algorithm designed to detect and analyze at-risk areas for physical distancing in corporate or public spaces. This app detects people and the distances between them, while providing additional visual analytics that allow companies to improve current COVID-19 practices.


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