Usage Examples for Security
Human body detection can be used to monitor restricted areas or private property. Face recognition can be used for online login or face unlock, and as a result eliminate the risks and worries of password leaks or lost keys. Individual recognition is possible even when having both hands full, and entry logs can be easily consulted. This is ideal for crime prevention and security measures.
Here are Image Sensing usage examples for Security.
Limit access to restricted areas by recognizing people and improve security measures using intruder alarms and record logs.
Use human body detection to monitor entries in dangerous or restricted areas of factories, send alerts and record video and time logs of the event.
This can also be used to monitor access to drugs in medical facilities, expensive items displayed in commercial facilities or confidential data in offices.
Prevent imposters and protect personal information! Increase security through facial recognition login.
Confidential information for online shopping or cash dispensing services is saved as code or numeric data, and as such leaks can have terrible consequences.
We can often hear on the news stories about surveillance cameras showing criminals using their victim's card to withdraw money...
Shoplifting in retail, convenience stores or supermarkets, or behaviors like dine and dash in restaurants, are a nightmare for owners. Not preventing such actions results in a loss of profits.
In order to detect and prevent shoplifting or behaviors like dine and dash...
Identify people and individuals to reduce the workload for entry control and surveillance of restricted areas in amusement facilities.
Image Sensing can be used for remote surveillance of restricted areas that are sometimes out of sight in large facilities.
Prevent intrusions in restricted or dangerous areas through Human Body Detection, or allow easy re-entry to authorized people.
With the increase in use of smartphones and tablets, people are now carrying personal information or important data with themselves wherever they go. As smartphones and tablets are compact, the risk of losing them or having them stolen is even greater. Likewise, their stored data can be easily accessed should their passwords be cracked.