1)Access Control Terminal
Access control identifies users by various biometric credentials, which include facial recognition function, people only need to stand in front of camera within 3m distance to gain access and will be counted at the same time when they enter the particular area.
Entrance control system is also used as a counter, which is typically combined with access control terminal, so people will be counted when they request entry. It is generally an optimal application in high crime area or high security facilities.
3)Software (ZKBioSecurity-MTD )
ZKBioSecurity-MTD is the ultimate “All-in-One” web based security platform developed by ZKTeco. It contains multiple integrated modules: access control, time & attendance, consumption management, elevator control (online/ofline), hotel module, visitor management, parking, guard patrol and video linkage. With its newly added function of people counting, it provides the most advanced solution for a whole new user experience.
Occupancy Management of Access control
ZKTeco people counter is based on computer vision technology – visible light recognition. When people walk through the camera, the receiver detects human face with a screen displaying total number of people. The counted number will be shown with green or red background indicating different occupancy status.
Counting Function of Access Control
The combination of people counter and facial recognition make our system very versatile. Once the people enter the specific area and face to the camera, they will be counted with screen displaying total number of people
Works with All-in-One software - ZKBioSecurity-MTD
ZKTeco integrates people counting function into ZKBioSecurity-MTD Software to provide an effective way to manage in-store capacity.
ZKBioSecurity-MTD is a web-based software, once connect to the network, it is able to check real-time capacity data on the web browser anywhere.
Besides, people counting screen can be installed in entrance and exit, to provide an instant capacity at the door to assist staffs to decide if people can still access to the secured area.