Today, we are delighted to present our sleekest, most powerful Doorkeeper kiosk yet – driven by AI-vision, Doorkeeper greets visitors, contractors and staff with security and ease.
Nirovision offers mobile device management support for Doorkeeper for enhanced security, easier troubleshooting, better traceability and automatic updates.
Imagine being able to point your phone at someone onsite to identify who that person is, whether they checked in and if they are compliant. You can do this and more with Spot Checks, a feature within the Nirovision mobile app.
Have you tried our attendance alarms? Now you can sit back and be alerted when a worker doesn’t meet your attendance requirements. Tracking time and attendance has never been easier.
Track employee attendance with a touchless and fast face sign-in. Automate timesheets and capture digital records, saving time and administration.
Keep your worksite safe and streamline the check-in experience for visitors, staff and contractors.
Evacuations powered by Nirovision's AI are efficient and fast ✨
Industry trade shows are the perfect opportunity to discuss real-life problems, meet customers and colleagues, and see the latest.
Use Doorkeeper Lite to define conditions of entry, stop anyone who doesn’t meet them, and trigger real-time alerts upon issues.
Employees wear uniforms and tags, so why shouldn't your check-in kiosk be dressed to impress as well?
With so many different people visiting a site on a daily basis, it's important to keep track of who people are, and ensure everyone meets their corresponding entry requirements.
For businesses that need/want to check vaccination status, Nirovision's Doorkeeper solution can help.
Although the vaccine rollout has started, Australia may not have yet seen the full impact of COVID on our industrial workplaces according to a recent roundtable of business, security, and supply chain sector experts.
The Australian Human Rights Commission Proposes a ban on ‘high-risk’ facial recognition… here’s our reaction.
Want to know how to get the most out of Nirovision Labels? This guide shares how they work, the different types of Labels and how to use them most effectively.
What is the difference between dynamic QR Codes vs static qr codes? Learn what QR codes are, what they are used for and what is best for visitor management.
Facial recognition uses a lot of different terms. Here is a list of the most popular terms and what they mean.
Facial recognition was created in the early 1960’s by Woodrow Wilson Bledsoe, an American mathematician, computer scientist, and prominent educator.
Join Nirovision and Innovative Security & Data to learn about the top challenges Australian workplaces are facing when it comes to managing worker and visitor access following the pandemic.
Like any new technology, facial recognition has accumulated some big myths since its inception. But with a bit more understanding of the how the technology actually works, you’ll discover what is true and what is not, as we debunk the biggest myths out there.
In this webinar, Nirovision’s very own Eliana Bettio, Director of Product, and Network Optix’s Tony Luce, Marketing Director, answer all your questions. Like Santa they deliver.
Key insights on how Australian workplaces took on COVID-19 in one infographic.
Learn more about how Australian workplaces took on COVID-19 from a media release by Nirovision on 8 December 2020.
Find out how Nirovision, Ness Corporation and Network Optix combine solutions to help keep essential workplaces open.