ISS to showcase workplace safety solutions at GSX 2023

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ISS (Intelligent Security Systems) has revealed that it will be demonstrating its suite of workplace safety and regulatory compliance analytics, along with its face as a credential solution and other AI-powered modules for physical security applications, during GSX 2023, scheduled to take place 11-13 September in Dallas, Texas.  

Workplace safety

ISS has unveiled a comprehensive suite of analytic detectors tailor-made to help organizations mitigate against various workplace safety and regulatory compliance issues, including:

  • personal protective equipment (PPE) detection to determine when employees are donning garb required by OSHA, such as hardhats as well as safety vests, harnesses and glasses
  • hand sanitizing detection to ensure workers and guests adhere to mandatory hygiene practices in industries like food preparation
  • face mask detection for those charged with protecting healthcare facilities and other sterile environments

The company additionally says that its SecurOS Behavior Analyzer (SBA) module provides businesses with the ability to identify potential risky behaviors committed by workers and address them before they result in injuries or deaths to enhance workplace safety.

These include slip-and-falls, holding handrails, fighting, climbing to forbidden high-rise objects, people down or in need of medical attention and much more.

ISS will also be highlighting the capabilities of its SecurOS FaceX as a credential solution during the show, which enables employees, contractors and visitors to open doors within a facility using only their face as a key.

The system can be integrated with existing access control systems and combined with other access credentials, such as proximity cards or other biometric readers, to create a multi-factor authentication solution.

Alternatively, FaceX can also be combined with other modules, like PPE detection, to grant or deny access to people based on whether they are wearing the proper safety equipment.

Additionally, the SecurOS Tracking Kit, which can detect up to ten different behaviors per camera, including object left behind, object removed, loitering, running, smoke, intrusion, people counting, dwell time, wrong-way and crowd detection, will also be available for attendees to see and interact with during the show.

On show

“Seamlessly combining video management, native high-accuracy analytics, third-party integrations and AI, SecurOS is the next generation solution that the industry is looking for,” said Matt Powell, Managing Director for North America at ISS.

“At GSX, we will show how one platform can quickly solve so many challenges end users face in their day-to-day operations.

“We look forward to showing these capabilities at our interactive booth, where attendees can put on a safety vest or helmet and experience what the future of video intelligence looks like.”

To learn more about these workplace safety solutions, head to booth #2753 at GSX.

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