Situated in the core of Beijing's Haidian District, the Beijing Dance Academy covers an expansive area of 57,333 square meters (86 mu), and with 4,000 staff and students, not to mention regular visitors, it can be hard to keep safety on such a large and bustling campus even under typical circumstances. This difficulty has just been amplified by the continuous COVID-19 pandemic, which has put an even greater emphasis on the importance of access control and health monitoring.
The all-in-one biometric access control and attendance tracking solution
The Beijing Dance Academy knew they needed an efficient, accurate, and secure biometric access control system to ensure the campus was a safe environment for all. After rigorous testing and comparison, they chose Aratek TruFace as their access control solution.
Aratek TruFace access control system incorporated facial recognition technology to facilitate multi-factor authentication in real-time. The IP65-rated BA8300 facial recognition terminal was installed at all school entrances and is built for outdoor usage with excellent performance. More over, the TruFace Manager software platform offered by Aratek acted as a robust central command center, enabling administrators to effectively configure role-based access control and monitor the movement of students, visitors, and staff across the campus.
Thanks to Aratek TruFace's open API and SDKs, the new access control system was able to seamlessly integrate with the school automation system as well as Beijing’s real-time health code system, thus making these security measures possible. This not only helped the school to enhance its existing security infrastructure through biometric technology but also enabled quick updates on any potential pandemic outbreaks. As a result, the Beijing Dance Academy was able to ensure its campus was a safe and secure environment for all, during the pandemic and beyond.
Aratek TruFace has allowed our guards to work more effectively, leading to additional security and improved campus safety.
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