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  • SpeedFace-V5L Series: Health safety and premises security delivered in one solution by ZKTeco

    SpeedFace-V5L Series is a fully upgraded visible light facial recognition terminal that uses intelligent engineering coupled with facial recognition algorithms and computer vision technology.

  • Facebook launches third-party fact-checking in Bangladesh

    Facebook announced the launch of its third-party fact-checking program today in Bangladesh as part of its ongoing efforts to reduce the spread of misinformation and improve the quality of news people find online. Facebook will partner with BOOM, which has been certified by the Poynter Institute's non-partisan International Fact Checking Network.

  • Jobike offers free service for IEDCR staffs

    Jobike, the bicycle hailing service, has extended its services for free to the healthcare professionals working at IEDCR. Ten bicycles are to be made available for IEDCR to help medical staff to commute inside the city to collect samples from patients in a safe and convenient way.

  • Young ones lending a big hand

    Despite enduring heavy toll on their businesses, some startups have come forward to help the customers, the community as a whole the country. Here we have listed what some of the startups are doing:

  • YODA keeps on moving

    Yoda, one of the biggest online marketplaces for verified tutors in Bangladesh, had an eventful year in 2019. Yoda has achieved the milestone of adding 5000+ verified tutors on their platform with 2200+ tuition connections.

  • ZKBioSecurity now available in Bangladesh for comprehensive security solution

    ZKBioSecurity is the ultimate “All-in-One” web-based security platform developed by ZKTeco. It contains multiple integrated modules: access control, time attendance, consumption management, elevator control (online/offline), visitor management, parking, guard patrol, FaceKiosk, and intelligent facial recognition camera management, video linkage and other sub-systems.

  • 'realme' officially to launch in Bangladesh

    realme, a sub-brand founded by OPPO, kick-started its operation in May 2018, will enter the Bangladesh market officially now. Prior to that, it was imported by dealers and was sold to the local market.

  • Google mulls licensing deals with EU news media

    Google is in discussions on deals to pay media organizations for content, a move aimed at blunting criticism that it unfairly profits from copyrighted news, according to people familiar with the talks.

  • ZKTeco’s permanent under vehicle inspection system to ensure safety and security of your premises

    ZK-VSCN200 is a powerful tool to provide the professional-grade capability for incoming and outgoing traffic within a few seconds. This under vehicle inspection system greatly improves the efficiency and accuracy of security checks in order to achieve a higher level of safety.

  • Co-founders of HopIn

    HopIn: A budget-friendly ridesharing service by local youths

    A group of Bangladeshi youths has developed a digital platform – HopIn – to facilitate ride-sharing for students and middle-class jobholders.

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