Thinking of implementing a thermal camera to make your workplace safer during the COVID pandemic? If you are, you are in the right place because in this article we are going to cover why this revolutionary technology is perfect for detecting COVID, how it works, and where it is applicable.
Across industries, everyone is looking for the right tools to help detect, slow, and eventually stop COVID-19. By now we’ve all come to recognize that resuming operations in any way will require demonstrating measures to protect the health and wellbeing of people in a variety of situations, including travel and work. Thermal detection has been used for fever detection for 20 years now, and while the first ones had their fair share of weaknesses, newer generations deliver significant performance improvements. More intelligent systems now offer features such as real-time calibration to ambient temperature with sub-degree °C accuracy, providing more accurate readings far more quickly than older generations.
Temproscreen is the newest of its generation and offers a special solution for authorizing access depending on a person’s health condition, in other words, this system enables limiting access to people with suspected disease symptoms such as high temperature. Temproscreen has the best quality to price ratio on the market and can be used as a standalone unit or it can be integrated with any access control system already in place to perform face identiﬁcation and monitor body temperature. It supports network connection Lan/WiFi with free software and USB flash drive detailed temperature. A very handy additional feature in the battle against COVID-19 is the mask detection system which can allow or deny a person access based on whether they are wearing a mask or not. Another state-of-the-art technology that Temproscreen offers is fast (less than 0.2 seconds) non-contact automatic temperature detection, comfortable distance range for measuring from 0.2 to 0.7 meters as well as displaying temperature live on screen.
This solution is widely applicable anywhere from public places like hospitals, airports, border control zones or schools to private companies, organizations, construction sites, etc.
Temproscreen would be most useful placed at entrances or critical points of passage where a large frequency of people flows on a regular basis.
With treatment plans still far from being perfected, clinical trials still going underway, and an available vaccine for months or so out, preventive methods and detections — in addition to social distancing and wearing facial masks — are needed now more than ever in the war against the COVID-19 and any future epidemic outbreaks.