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Covid - 19 Solutions

Custom Technology Systems is active in strategic implementation of architecture where individuals and staff can enter a building and travel to their destination with minimal contact of potentially contaminated surfaces is available.

We recommend integrating advanced security technology such as contact-less entry solutions into clients buildings to revolutionise their systems, and now join the fight to prevent the spread of Covid-19.

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Contact-less Entry

When Speedgates are part of the entry process, the bi-directional barrier panels open automatically for staff and visitors when they present authorised credentials.

Without needing to push or pull door handles, the automatic opening of the Speedgates creates a contactless and secure entry into the workplace.

02.

Temperature Screening

Fast temperature measurement of staff or visitors and face/card recognition with Temperature Screening.

Temperature accuracy:±0.5 °C

A Contact-less Entry System that can be used as a stand-alone system or integrated with existing access control systems.

Identify those who may be a risk, before they enter the workplace.

03.

Touchless Biometric Entry

Frictionless and contactless biometric readers can eliminate the need for a card and access when reading the finger-tips of a registered staff member.

Morphowava by Idemia is a handwave reader that captures users finger prints without needing to touch the surface.

04.

Facial Recognition

Facial Recognition is both a hygienic, secure, and
cost-effective system used in the entry process.

Facial Recognition Terminals ensure only staff registered in the system can enter, and they don't require to touch surfaces to enter either.

05.

Elevator Dispatch

Lift Call Destination and Elevator Dispatch Systems activated on the entry Speedgates and Turnstile streamline the entry process by calling a lift to your floor without the need to touch buttons and displays.

06.

Entry Layouts

Designate access gates and access points specifically for the purpose of 'Entry' or 'Exit'.

Other considerations are spreading out the layout area by staggering or partitioning the lanes to help maximise the distance between persons.