In response to the global COVID-19 pandemic, Israel’s Pangea, which specializes in digital transformation of government and business services, will supply workplace protection systems to Liberty Latin America, one of the leading communications companies in Latin America and the Caribbean.
The Pangea multi-sensor solution integrates thermal imaging, video analytics and biometric access control technologies for screening large volumes of people entering buildings and public spaces.
The agreement calls for supplying thermal imaging systems for installation at various locations in Latin America and the Caribbean, where Liberty Latin America operates. Initial deployments have been completed at the company’s offices in Panama, Puerto Rico, Jamaica and Miami. Pangea has carried out similar installations at corporations in Israel and in Europe.
“Our integrated solution will provide Liberty Latin America with a means of monitoring the health of its employees and visitors entering their offices in order to help manage the spread and reduce the incidence of COVID-19,” says Assaf Kaminer (pictured above), Executive Vice President at Pangea. He adds that “biometric and thermal imaging technologies have been catching on rapidly following the South Korean success in flattening the infection curve.”
Pangea IT is a trusted global supplier of digital identity, security, and e-Payment solutions. The company specializes in the digital transformation of government services and enterprise business operations. Pangea’s technology solutions simplify e-government procedures; improve availability and accessibility to public services, and increase public sector efficiency, governance, and transparency. The company’s portfolio includes dozens of large-scale, public sector digital identity projects and millions of authenticated documents, certificates, and personal identity cards. Pangea maintains regional offices worldwide, and a research and development center located at the company headquarters in Israel.