Cozaint Corp Launches New Physical Security Kiosk To Augment Human Security Guard Environments
New BOBBY-W Smart Physical Security Kiosk delivers 24/7 video surveillance with 'Smart' security features to support on-premise security staff with continual remote monitoring and panic communication
By: Cozaint Corp
BOBBY-W is based on a custom, Cozaint-built expandable platform that allows for the integration of a multitude of IoT sensors which allow for the monitoring and alerting of motion, water leaks, door/window opening, room temperature, lighting, and much more. All of these sensors are centrally monitored and the service can interact with an organization's existing security team.
"The timing couldn't be more perfect for the need of a touchless access control solution and the BOBBY-W physical security kiosk seems to fit the current market requirements. The integration of the BOBBY-W kiosk, along with Cozaint's facial recognition technology, and Isonas' Pure IP Access smartphone reader controller using Pure Access is ideal," stated Fred Sumner, West Region Account Executive at Isonas, Inc. "Cozaint has been great to work with and we're thrilled that our Pure IP access control API was able to integrate so well into the BOBBY-W platform. "
With 24/7 remote monitoring included with the BOBBY-W service, customers can rest assured their environment has the added protection to deal with unauthorized entries or incidents that could cause personal harm or property damage.
BOBBY-W's interactive touchscreen display is designed to showcase company news and information (or even specific advertising)
With the current global pandemic challenges, BOBBY-W also has an optional integrated kiosk offering that incorporates the non-contact thermal imaging system from feevr. "We are delighted to be an available integration partner with Cozaint's BOBBY-W security kiosk that allows organizations to monitor individuals that may show possible symptoms of an elevated skin temperature as they enter a particular campus," said Barry Oberholzer, Founder and CEO of X.Labs, the company behind the feevr non-contact thermal imaging system. "We agree that the integration of the feevr platform with the BOBBY-W physical security kiosk delivers enhanced peace-of-mind and situational awareness to an organization."
Every BOBBY-W wall-mounted kiosk comes standard with Facial Recognition access control utilizing the Isonas Pure IP access control solution with Smartphone authentication capabilities as well as IoT sensors for motion detection, door/window openings, and environmental conditions (temperature, etc).
Another integration partner to the BOBBY platform is the Enterprise Asset Tracking platform from Sympler. "With Enterprise Asset Tracking, organizations can simply place asset tags (small/thin devices with unique identifiers)
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