The temperature kiosks, which is basically a tablet on a stand with a temperature sensor, was a real saver for small businesses. Purposely built during the pandemic, it allows to automatically measure the temperature of visitors, denying access if they have a fewer. It can also detect whether the person in front of it is wearing a face mask - another requirement that was in place in some areas. Another use for the kiosk is access control for staff, based on either RFID cards or facial recognition. The kiosks are completely autonomous, but can be connected to a cloud for e-mail alerts and reporting.
Our team built the kiosk software for Android, which utilizes fast and mobile-optimized machine learning models for computer vision, as well as their cloud platform. It abides by strict rules of processing health and other personal data, while still being a completely serverless solution, which makes it inexpensive to operate. The platform provides a web application for administrators, which allows managing the device fleet, monitoring it in real time, generating various reports, and accessing its billing. A GraphQL API is also available for clients who want to integrate into their enterprise workflows.