The facial screening system itself is deceptively simple to operate and combines the latest in next-gen technology, constructed to address critical threats to public and workforce health.
- Infrared detectors to pick up thermal radiation above-average temperatures.
- Thermal cameras to convert infrared into greyscale values to analyse the level of temperature readings against an algorithm.
- High-temperature accuracy to produce readings within a tolerance of +/- 0.5 °C to +/- 0.3 °C.
- Screening capacity with the ability to monitor up to 30 individuals simultaneously, without requiring static checks or individual interventions.
This streamlined system is ideal for smaller organisations or medium-sized premises without the capacity or staffing to provide individual checks for every person entering the building.
Integrations with facial detection software ensure that any alert is traced, without any potential for the individual to remain unaware that they may be carrying the COVID-19 virus.
Facial screening offers:
- High-quality monitoring, at a much greater accuracy level than cheap hand-held devices.
- The ability to screen multiple people at once without any time delays or obstructing foot traffic flow.
- Straightforward installations with remote management ensuring security staff can monitor alerts without needing a permanent presence at entrance points.
- Discreet installations so that every site visitor is facially screened, but without creating a barrier to entry or impeding on personal privacy.
Purpose designed facial temperature screening cameras can monitor up to 30 individuals simultaneously, even with a continuous movement flow. Readings are transmitted in real-time to a review monitor and shared instantly with a Network Video Recorder (NVR).
Should a high temperature be indicated, the alert is triggered instantly, with the screen capturing a live feed and highlighting the individual. This helps security staff to assess the risk and verify the result with a hand-held temperature device. Fast detection and increased accuracy are essential and ensure that individuals carrying a potential infection can be contacted,