Interface Systems unveiled an intelligent voice-down system designed to automatically detect and discourage loitering and other suspicious activity in the perimeter of a store or restaurant. By utilizing modern AI-based cameras combined with customizable audio messages, auxiliary lighting, and sirens, the new voice-down system detects people and vehicles loitering or acting suspiciously with 99.9% accuracy and warns them of security presence and possible law enforcement action.
Interface Systems managed network, UCaaS, and business intelligence solutions to distributed enterprises, shared its predictions for technology trends that will impact Quick Serve Restaurants (QSRs) in 2023. 2023 could be the year we start to see AI-based cameras replacing the traditional alarm panel. Why have a separate motion sensor and/or glass break sensor when you can have an AI-based camera that can accurately detect and characterize people or vehicles while providing video verification to a monitoring center?
Interface Security Systems announced an expanded suite of Personal Protection Monitoring services that use active RFID tags to protect infants from abduction, prevent mother/infant mismatches, and monitor memory care patients.Personal Protection Monitoring was first launched in June 2020 with a focus on protecting at-risk lone and mobile workers in retail, restaurant, and hospitality brands. With today’s launch, Interface adds healthcare solutions to their Personal Protection Monitoring portfolio.