Tallaght company adapts to help Ireland re-open


Tallaght based GSD is to be applauded for adapting its business to seize the opportunity to help Ireland re-open.

For 14 years the company has been at the cutting edge of intruder alarm and access control solutions. Now, they are using their expertise and innovation to help Ireland re-open.

They have now combined facial recognition with temperature screening to create a console that can be installed in the lobby of businesses, schools or nursing homes to ensure all staff, visitors and suppliers are temperature screened before gaining access to the building. It can even identify whether a person is wearing a mask and refuse to grant access if they are not. The GSD-FRTS quickly and accurately screens temperature, e-mailing a High Temperature alert if a person presents with a temperature above 37.3 °C (based on WHO guidelines).

Fine Gael TD, Emer Higgins said: “GSD are showing great leadership to help Ireland reopen safely and transition to the new normal. “Their new console offers a common sense approach to ensure the safety of staff, customers and visitors. “Initiatives like this are essential to adjust to this new reality and get people back to work

Sarah Brooks

Sarah Brooks

Sarah has worked in marketing and content creation for many years. In her role at Newsgroup, she is the online editor of www.newsgroup.ie with a particular interest in local news and events. Sarah also works closely with our editorial team on our printed editions in Tallaght, Lucan, Clondalkin and Rathcoole/Saggart. If you have a story and would like to make contact please email Sarah at info@newsgroup.ie.


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