Organizations looking to reopen their doors to staff and visitors during COVID-19 are increasingly migrating toward touchless technologies to provide a safe, secure, and more comfortable building entry experience. Replacing or adding new peripheral access control technologies--such as biometric technologies for door control, license plate recognition cameras for parking management, or QR-code reading cameras for visitor management--can be easy adjustments when updating an access control system to take into account the health and safety concerns from the pandemic.
Join the discussion with Per Björkdahl, chairman, ONVIF Steering Committee, as he discusses how integrators and end-users can integrate touchless access control technologies from multiple vendors to create modern access control solutions:
- Learn how ONVIF Profile D provides system security for edge devices installed in an unsecured location
- Discover how to combine ONVIF profiles to provide an integrated access control and video access point at the edge
- Explore how ONVIF profiles provide end-users and systems integrators more choice in designing a system with peripherals that fit specific applications