All-in-one, fever screening camera kit
D-Link has announced the launch of the DCS-9500T, an all-in-one, intelligent fever screening kit that comes complete with dual-lens thermographic camera, blackbody calibrator and management software.
The DCS-9500T combines thermal imaging technology with AI to identify if a person is experiencing elevated temperatures, and raises the alarm automatically should this be detected. Engineered specifically for monitoring large, busy areas – such as schools, factories, office buildings, airports or hospitals – the technology provides fast skin-surface temperature detection for up to 30 individuals simultaneously at a >0.3°C accuracy.
The all-in-one fever screening device includes a high accuracy camera with a wide-angle thermal lens, as well as an uncooled IRFPA 400×300 microbolometer high-resolution thermal sensor, allowing for razor-sharp thermal imaging and precise results when identifying those with a temperature. Together with the Full HD optical imaging sensor, the camera can create exceptional high-quality footage that overlays both thermal and optical images into one.
The Poly Studio X30 and Poly Studio X50 video bars and the Poly G7500 video conferencing have received Zoom certification. As the first Android-based appliances to offer native Zoom Rooms functionality, the video bars and video conferencing devices are fully managed via Zoom Device Management (ZDM) and deliver a streamlined out-ofbox experience that meet Zoom’s standards for audio and video quality.
With the addition of the Zoom certification, Poly Studio X family and G7500 combine a full Zoom Rooms experience with Poly’s audio and video innovation, including advanced speaker and conversation tracking, NoiseBlockAI and Acoustic Fence technologies to block out unwanted distractions. Additionally, these Zoom Rooms Appliances are developed with security in mind with a hardened operating system, secure update distribution, and third-party testing for security vulnerabilities.
“Poly and Zoom continue to set the standard in the development of seamless native video collaboration devices,” said Tim Root, Poly Vice President and General Manager. “Our collective portfolio of Zoom certified devices makes it easy for users to collaborate from anywhere, with friction-free meetings that customers and IT managers expect.”
Design and usability
Panasonic says its next-generation KX-TPA70 and KX-TPA73 DECT handsets, for use with the Panasonic KX-TGP600 Base Station ecosystem, set a new benchmark in design and intuitive usability. The handsets feature an entirely new interface designed to allow the user to take advantage of latest functionality in a fast and intuitive manner.
The user interface has a clear colour, high visibility design, consistent key behaviour and an intuitive menu structure and icons for easy use and transfer of calls. The handsets also feature a Hot Dial Button that can be used to quickly call a predefined number or be used as a call for assistance button, for example, in a retail scenario.
The Advanced KX-TPA73 handset offers a 400-hour standby time, 20-hour talk time and 3-hour quick charge time. The Basic KX-TPA70 handset delivers 200-hours standby time, 11-hours talk time and 6-hours charge time.
Bringing automation to the masses
Executing on its vision of ‘a robot for every person’, enterprise RPA software company UiPath, has delivered an end-to-end hyperautomation platform. With new capabilities that support every phase of the automation lifecycle and deployment options that give organisations immediate management of their robots all from the UiPath Automation Cloud, UiPath is bringing automation to the masses; enabling employees to both engage in the automation process and benefit from working alongside robots every day.
UiPath’s Platform for Hyperautomation is key to scaling automation across the enterprise with speed and efficiency. It addresses the end-to-end automation lifecycle by leveraging process discovery tools and employee crowdsourcing to determine what to automate. This enables more sophisticated automations with AI capabilities such as document understanding and provides sophisticated analytics to measure the business impact of automation. This pervasive ‘automation first’ approach is proven to be both substantial and transformative and is allowing everyone – from RPA developers and testers to citizen developers and business end-users – to collaborate and put automation squarely at the core of everyday work.
With the UiPath Automation Cloud, the company is offering a new deployment option that enables rapid time to automation, easy scalability, high availability, and reduced IT infrastructure requirements – all with enterprise-class support. The SaaS model is in addition to UiPath’s on-premises, private and public cloud deployment options.
Netwrix has released Netwrix Data Classification 5.5.3. This updated version enables channel partners to help their customers respond to data subject access requests (DSAR) swiftly with simple discovery and collection of personal information.
The channel can now build incremental revenue streams by offering new services to help take the burden of DSARs of their clients’ shoulders and enable them to balance IT workload, address individuals’ requests faster and more thoroughly and confidently, and reduce the chance of fines. In addition, channel partners can now offer data discovery and classification to customers using Box and Dropbox to help them protect sensitive assets in the cloud or even build advanced data discovery and classification services for their customers.