With the quick diffusion of COVID 19, there are 9094 cases of coronavirus infection in Malaysia. As Malaysia gears up to reopen its economy after restricted movement, ensuring that firms return to pre-crisis production and employment levels as rapidly and safely as possible will be a key priority.
In order to help Malaysia to recover economy smoothly, Uniview donated sets of temperature screening series products OET-213H-BTM32+EP-S31-W to Malaysia's ministry of women, family, society development, Embassy of the People's Republic of China in Malaysia, Xiamen University Malaysia, Masjid Saidina Umar Al-Khattab, Ministry of Home Affairs(JPN), and Department of Islamic Development Malaysia from June to August.
As the highlight product in UNV Heat-Tracker Body Temperature Screening Solution & Products series, OET-213H-BTS1+EP-S31-W integrated Uniview's self-developing deep learning face recognition algorithm, could detect 0.2s/person with the accuracy of ą0.3°C. Fast and accurate detection greatly save labor costs. What's more, it's compatible with the existed access control system. The administrator can also centrally view and search a large number of record data to trace any abnormal situation. And besides access control, it also supports a variety of attendance management.
Uniview's thermal products are deployed at the entrances and will be in operation soon. Body temperature detection integrated with facial recognition for specific identification. Real-time sound warning enabling personnel to respond quickly. Information uploaded onto a centralized platform in real-time for effective management.
For this donation, the manager of Malaysia Nick Shen conveyed the following wishes on behalf of Uniview: "We are very pleased to collaborate with Malaysia to improving health and safety, and we will be committed to provide technological support to help Malaysia to eradicate this pandemic."