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Digital Barriers launches combined face mask detection and people counting solution to keep businesses COVID-secure

Combined monitoring solution screens those that approach stores and other locations to ensure the required guidelines are followed 03 December 2020 – Digital Barriers, a leading provider of edge-intelligent surveillance and security technologies, today announced the release of a combined,...

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