Anviz FaceDeep 5 Contactless Facial Recognition System

£799.99 inc.VAT | £666.66 ex.VAT

Contactless facial recognition system with optional RFID identification. The FaceDeep 5 is waterproof and delivers fast, accurate and safe time & attendance and/or access control.

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The Anviz FaceDeep 5 delivers fast and accurate Time & Attendance and Access Control using facial recognition & optional RFID.

It uses an Artificial Intelligence (AI) Based Contactless Facial Recognition System

The Anviz FaceDeep 5 is a new AI-based facial recognition terminal equipped with a dual-core Linux-based CPU and the latest BioNANO deep learning algorithm. The device supports up to 50,000 facial templates, and can authenticate users at a distance of less than 100ms using new facial template learning. IP65 rated, the device is ideal for external access control installations.

The Anviz FaceDeep 5 has a live face detection function through multispectral imaging technology, an infrared light camera, and a visible light camera. The device uses this multispectral imaging through dual cameras of visible light and infrared light to effectively identify fake faces from static pictures and videos. It is also equipped with a 5-inch IPS full-angle TFT-LCD screen for easy of use.

With the verification of over one million faces around the world, the Anviz FaceDeep 5 has become one of the most accurate facial recognition terminals suitable for various environment and conditions. The accuracy of the facial authentication isn’t affected by makeup, hairstyles, facial hair or expressions, glasses, head wear or face masks.

It can be used with the FREE Anviz CrossChex software which includes temperature reporting.

Some of the Anviz FaceDeep 5 Features

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Anviz CrossChex Software Dashboard

Ultra-Wide Viewing IPS HD Screen

Ultra-wide viewing angle IPS HD LCD screen gives users the best interactive experience

Waterproof Design

The all-in-one waterproof design can adapt to more flexible environment applications

Smart LED Fill Light

Smart LED light based on motion detection and auto-adjust with light environment to lower the consumption of the terminal

Ultra-slim design

Ultra-slim design reaching below 1CM thickness can perfectly fit various installation conditions

Dual HD Camera

Infrared and visible light dual HD cameras to achieve accurate and quick identification and live face verification

RFID Card Module

Compatible with EM cards, MIFARE 1K/4K cards, Mifare Desfire cards, and mobile NFC

Software and connection

The Anviz FaceDeep 5 is compatible with Anviz Aim CrossChex time and attendance, and access control software. For integration with other systems please contact us for the SDK.

The system configuration diagram below shows the FaceDeep 5 has flexible communication for WiFi or Lan, and convenient management for Web-server and PC software.

Anviz FaceDeep 5 Network Diagram

Please arrange a FREE online demo with us where we can demonstrate how it works live.

For more information on the Anviz FaceDeep 5 and compatible software please contact us.

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  • Identification Modes: Facial recognition, RFID cards/Tags, pin codes/passwords for flexibility and ease of use
  • AI: New AI deep learning architecture
  • Dual Cameras: Built-in infrared light camera (67.57°), and a visible light camera (74.38°)
  • Facial User Capacity: 50,000
  • Card User Capacity: 50,000
  • Log Capacity: 500,000
  • Card: Standard RFID EM 125Khz, Optional Mifare
  • Identification Speed: <1 s
  • Communication Settings: RS485, TCP/IP, RS232, Wi-Fi
  • Protection: Waterproof IP65 rated
  • CPU: Dual Core Linux Based 1Ghz CPU with Enhanced AI Computing Power
  • Infrared Sensing: Infrared sensor activation
  • Multi-language: Support global multilingual display
  • Warranty: 1 Year RTB

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