Thermal Screening Solutions
Rapid and safe preliminary screening in busy public areas
With businesses increasingly focussed on the early identification of individuals showing signs of illness or fever, temperature has become a key measure used to identify those people who may be unwell. Thermal imaging cameras can now operate to levels of accuracy down to +/-0.3C, a point at which they provide a very accurate indication of whether someone has an elevated body temperature and requires further investigation to establish if they have a fever or other medical condition. With the ability to scan large numbers of people at high speed, they provide a great solution to businesses dealing with crowds who need an effective mechanism to screen individuals who need further investigation.
Thermal Screening Solutions, sometimes known as ‘fever screening’, can be introduced as a stand-alone solution for businesses or can be incorporated into a more fully-featured access control solution that requires the identification and validation of an individual to provide access. The systems are now sophisticated enough to work with facial masks in place and can even enforce the wearing of a mask if required.
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A Quick Summary of the Benefits of Thermal Screening Solutions
- One second is all that’s to detect a person’s skin-surface temperature. Watch the video to see a comparison between normal temperature screening and using a Handheld Video Camera
- Multi-person detection can take place simultaneously
- Non-contact measurement avoids close proximity or physical contact
- Immediate alarm is generated to notify operators
- AI detection reduces false alarms from additional heat sources
Handheld Video Compared To Normal Screening
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Thermal Access Control Solutions
Facial recognition terminals with access control and thermal screening
The recognition software can be configured to detect the wearing of face-masks whilst still providing secure access controls.
Thermal screening can also be incorporated to introduce an element of health checking to the access control rules. This is an incredibly versatile solution that can be deployed on a permanent or temporary basis.