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Susan G Komen, Philadelphia Utilizing Sync City’s Sync Scan, the Wireless Infrared Forehead Body Temperature Kiosk for Staff and Visitor Wellness Checks

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Philadelphia, PA (June 12, 2020)—Elaine Grobman, CEO of Susan G Komen Philadelphia, walks up to her office’s reception desk and pauses for a few seconds in front of a tablet-sized kiosk screen to hear her body temperature called out to her, green lights flashing to indicate a normal temperature. She is testing out her office’s new Sync Scan, a contactless temperature scanning kiosk. Sync City just released Sync Scan; an entirely new kiosk product line designed for businesses in need of frequent contactless temperature checks. In light of Covid-19, Grobman wanted contactless wellness checks for the non-profit’s staff and visitors.

 

Next, Elaine Grobman had Sync City Co-Founder Tom Bove add Grobman’s face to the facial recognition database. Bove explained that the Sync Scan can identify Grobman even when she is wearing a mask.

 

With just an eight-inch ISP full-view LCD display screen, Sync Scan can check-in employees and guests at reception for hospitals (FDA approved), hotels, gyms, schools, business offices, and more. For larger entries (grocery stores, retail, school, work, entertainment venues), Sync Scan can be attached to a podium floor stand. Audible and LED light cues notify the users of body temperature and can even politely remind guests to wear a mask. Staff can receive SMS or email alerts if a fever is detected.

 

Each person scanned at the Philadelphia Komen office will have their picture and temperature time-stamped and stored in a database. All data can be stored on a cloud server or locally, on a preferred private server, and then accessed remotely in real-time.

ID Card Reading Sync Scan Kiosks are also available. Fingerprint, two-dimensional code readers, existing clock in and clock out systems, and more can also be added to the access control kiosk.

 

Grobman is having the text and email alerts set up for when high temperatures are detected in the office. She went on to explain that she may not need to utilize all the features and that the temperature kiosk is an effortless safeguard and only one line of defense for her and her staff at the office in the midst of a pandemic.

 

Nationwide, Komen will drastically reduce the current number of breast cancer deaths by 50% by 2026. Here at home, Komen Philadelphia focuses on reducing the number of late-stage breast cancer diagnoses in our community while continuing to provide the education, resources, access to services, survivor support, and research funding that have grown the size of the local survivor family over the past 25 years. For more information, please visit https://komenphiladelphia.org/.

 

Sync City LLC is a Minnesota women-owned smart communities digital kiosk hardware, software, support, and analytics company. Sync City’s digital kiosk product provides wayfinding, communication, and advertising for Retail/Shopping Centers, Live/Work/Play Developments, Real Estate Developments, Corporate Campuses, Transit, Municipal Governments, and Stadiums. Sync City strives to revolutionize out of home advertising in the age of data and analytics by building user-friendly, street and indoor tech as well as interactive software. For more information, please visit www.sync.city.

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Sync City Announces the Product Launch of Sync Scan

Wireless Infrared Forehead Body Temperature Camera Access Control System Kiosk with Face Recognition Camera

LAS VEGAS, Nev. (March 22, 2020)— Sync City just released Sync Scan; an entirely new kiosk product line designed for businesses in need of frequent contactless temperature checks. Sync Scan is a turnkey hardware and software solution for effortless one-second guest and employee temperature checks. Using forehead scanned body temperature information, a business can allow or deny access to the person being scanned. Additionally, employees or frequent users can be added to the facial recognition database for one-second facial recognition and monitoring even with face masks.

 

With just an eight-inch ISP full-view LCD display screen, Sync Scan can check-in employees and guests at reception for hospitals (FDA approved), hotels, gyms, schools, business offices, and more. For larger entries (grocery stores, retail, school, work, entertainment venues), Sync Scan can be attached to a podium floor stand. Audible and LED light cues notify the users of body temperature and can even politely remind guests to wear a mask. Staff can receive SMS or email alerts if a fever is detected.

 

Each person scanned will have their picture and temperature time-stamped and stored in a database. All data can be stored locally, on a preferred private server, and then accessed remotely in real-time.

 

ID Card Reading Sync Scan Kiosks are also available. Fingerprint, two-dimensional code readers, existing clock in and clock out systems, and more can also be added to the access control kiosk.

Sync City LLC is a Minnesota women-owned smart communities digital kiosk hardware, software, support, and analytics company. Sync City’s digital kiosk product provides wayfinding, communication, and advertising for Retail/Shopping Centers, Live/Work/Play Developments, Real Estate Developments, Corporate Campuses, Transit, Municipal Governments, and Stadiums. Sync City strives to revolutionize out of home advertising in the age of data and analytics by building user-friendly, street and indoor tech as well as interactive software.

For digital kiosk service, support, and content management Sync City LLC has a partnership with LVL1 LLC (experts in service, support, and content management). LVL1 supports both hardware and software for Sync City. For more information, please visit www.sync.city.

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Sync City Builds One of the Largest Smart City Touchscreen Bus Shelter Kiosks in the World

Las Vegas, NV: Just before the start of CES 2018 Sync City installed an 86" interactive touchscreen into the Fashion Show Mall bus stop. This Sync City, smart city information interactive kiosk is one of the largest bus shelter touchscreens in the world. Advertisements rotate on the massive vertical LED screen until a pedestrian simply touches the screen. Once touched the advertisement disappears to reveal the following menu of various information: local bus route map, local attractions, flight information, twitter feed, and yelp. Information updates are ongoing as well as text to your phone capabilities to be updated this week. 




Find us at the Fashion Show Mall bus stop and touch it #responsive #SmartCity @CES #CES2018 @vegas @SyncCityTech #busshelter @mylvl1 @rethinkinnov #womenowned

Sync City Partnership

Sync City LLC (Minneapolis, MN) and LVL1 LLC (Minneapolis, MN) partnered to build smart cities of the future. The two tech/manufacturing companies have synchronized to provide free smart advertising street furniture, the cornerstone of smart cities. Sync manufactures the kiosks and facilitates the advertising. LVL1 (along with Suspect Technologies) created the Analytic Engine and Advanced Analytic Suite for Sync City's smart city analytics and big data needs. LVL1 also provides warranty, service, support, and consulting for Minneapolis's women-owned smart street tech company.

 

This is only the beginning for Sync and LVL1. LVL1 and it's MIT camera technologist partner company already announced a new person of interest product with over 99% accuracy, as requested by Sync's clientele. Deployments are scheduled for this fall and next year. 

LVL1, Sync City, 22 Miles & Suspect Tech came together to build Mark Cuban and the Dallas Mavs person of interest triggered messaging on a TV screen in the Mav's newly renovated locker room. Sync City brought together Suspect Tech who built the facial recognition/person of interest software, 22 Miles who built the CMS, & LVL1 who built the hardware solution.

 

Here is how it works. With one LVL1 Analytic Engine, The Suspect Tech facial recognition software instantly identifies a basketball player when they walk into the locker room. Next, the 22 Miles CMS is triggered within seconds to send a personalized message to the exact basketball player. The messages appear on a TV to the right of the players just inside the new smart locker room door.

 

What is the point and what kind of personal messaging do you ask? So these superstar basketball players have extremely busy schedules which are constantly changing. The instant personal messaging helps the Mav's staff easily push out schedule changes on the fly to the locker room facial rec screen.

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