Pedestrian Access Control
The doors are in the normally open position. In traditional gates, the barriers are normally closed. This paradigm shift is what sets Free Flow gates apart from previous models.
Doors only close when unauthorized individuals, including piggy backers, try to pass through the gate. The closing system is quick and precise, employing new sensing systems and sophisticated algorithms.
dFlow is flexible in width, and may be deployed in various configurations. In the 900 mm or greater configuration, it ensures greater comfort for PwD and multiple users, as well as optimizing costs by decreasing the number of pieces of equipment and infrastructure.
Regardless of gate width, access can be set as one-way or two-way as needed.
Visual Identification with light windows
Visual Identification with Light Windows LED signal lights follow users in their entire path through dFlow, with different colors for different groups of users. When deployed in schools, for instance, students can be followed by a green light window, educators by a yellow window, and family members by a blue window. Unauthorized users would be tracked by a red light window.
The dFlow imaging system is equivalent to an almost infinite number of traditional IR sensors, establishing a new level of accuracy for the identification of unauthorized users.
The algorithms developed are capable of recognizing people and ignoring objects (suitcases, purses, backpacks, etc.), and can also identify multiple users coming in or out of the passage area.
In access control applications, uniqueness means the ability to identify each user and assign unique credentials to them. The dFlow control software is able to isolate users even under extreme conditions, such as piggybacking and side-by-side entry.
dFlow accepts major traditional identification technologies, including barcodes, RFID, MIFARE and biometrics, as well as fingerprinting. It is also ready for new contactless biometric technologies, such as facial identification or iris and finger on the fly.