As we move forwards, organisations are reviewing what measures are needed to return to work safely. Whilst general hygiene, one-way systems and social distancing may be effective control measures, some businesses are looking deeper at automated risk prevention.
Could thermal imaging cameras provide the automated prevention measure you need to avoid possible spread of COVID-19 at the point of entry? By using advanced screening, detectors and algorithms, thermographic cameras can be used for rapid temperature screening in work places at the point of entry. Cameras can detect an elevated skin-surface temperature on multiple people with sub-1 second alerts, meaning it's easier to detect whether somebody is carrying the virus into the workplace and prevent risks.
This kind of technology, rapidly being deployed at many airports following Seoul’s success in early detection of COVID-19, means we can welcome employees back into offices, with strict automated safety measures, in order to keep everybody safe on their return to work.
To find out more about thermographic camera systems, please contact your account manager today.