Hanwha Face Mask Detection Tested

By Zach Segal, Published Jul 01, 2020, 09:58am EDT (Research)

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****** **** ****, ** ***** *** findings ******:

Executive *******

******'* **** ********* ********* ****** ****, however, ** ******* **** ******* ***** support *** ******** ********** **** ***** density (~***** ** *** *******) ******** usefulness. **********, *** *********, ** ****** "Incorrectly **** **** *********" **** ** our *******, ********* ******* ~**% ** the **** ***** **** **** ***********.

Limited ****** *** $*** *********

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Upcoming * ****** ******** **** *********

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Comparison ** ********

******** *** ********** ** ***** (****), model ******* (**** *******), *** ******** range (********* ****** **** **** **** the ***** ******* ** ******).

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Comparison ** *******

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Performance *********

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*******, *********** ******* ********** ** * harsh *** ********. **** ******* ** a *******'* ****, *** ****** ***-**** camera ***** ****** ** ****** **** violations ***, *** *** **** * maskless ******* ******* ******* * **** room **** *******.

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** ********** ********* ** **** *******:

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Will *** ****** **** **** ******

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*******, ** ***'* ********** ******** ** be * ***** ******* *** **** consumers.

Monitoring **** **** *********

*** ****** *** ** ********* ******* Wisenet **** ** *** *** *********** interface (***** *****).

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********** *** **** *** ******** *******, with ******** ** *** ******* ******, options ** **** ******* ******, *** the ******* ** ************* **** ***** for ******** ****** ***********, ** **** as ***** *** ***** ******'* **** integrations.

PPF/Size ***** ******** *** ****** **** *********

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Comments (2)

I'm genuinely curious to know from integrators and end-users who do not use Aviglion (the choice is clear if they are an existing customer) if they would prefer to buy an AI server to get mask detection on existing cameras, or buy a low-cost camera and perpetual license that has it on the edge?

The other question that ties into the one above is if most end users would only cover egress areas, maybe one or two chokepoints in a building or store, or would they want all their cameras within a location to have mask detection?

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Depends on how many cameras the client wants the AI on. If you talking one camera it makes sense to swap the camera and move that camera to a new location that does not need the AI.

If you are doing 100 cameras then it makes sense to rack up a server.

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