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Infrared cameras - Fever Detection Camera’s

Infrared cameras - Fever Detection Camera’s

The coronavirus epidemic has created a worldwide demand for solutions that can be used by businesses and key workers to keep them and their work environment safe from the continued effects of the global pandemic (Covid-19). Fears over continued safety, as businesses return to work, to some essence of normality, means that businesses and employees are seeking accurate tools to be put in place to ensure that everyone’s health and safety is at high priority and consistently maintained.

 Infrared cameras are seen as an essential tool to assist businesses to operate safely during the pandemic, this essential equipment offers an assured method of identifying symptoms of the virus that will tell whether an individual should be directed to seek medical assistance before entering a place of work.

Stay Alert: Control the: Virus: Save lives

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Business using thermal cameras to detect Covid-19

Business using thermal cameras to detect Covid-19

Amazon, PepsiCo, Vodafone and many more businesses all using Temperature Screening & Access Control using Temperature Screening technology,  You can now monitor your entrances. If an elevated skin-surface temperature is
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Keeping safe and your business operating during Corona Virus (Covid 19) Global Pandemic

Keeping safe and your business operating during Corona Virus (Covid 19) Global Pandemic

The headlines have been rampant during these global unprecedented times. * ‘PPE not available for frontline staff’, or * ‘delayed shipment of PPE arrives from Turkey’, but impounded and due to be returned as not reaching British standards and
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See  Covid-19 Fever Screening Systems Everywhere?

See Covid-19 Fever Screening Systems Everywhere?

The city of Wuhan, has been almost completely deserted. The streets are empty as the lockdown reaches its first month. However, one factory continues to work round the clock as many others remain shut. 2,600 employees in Wuhan Guide Infrared Co.
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Coronavirus: When will it be safe to fly again?

Coronavirus: When will it be safe to fly again?

Aer Lingus has said it will review its procedures following a claim it did not maintain social distancing among passengers on a Belfast-London flight.

But when can air passengers expect things to return to the way they were before coronavirus?

How many people are still flying?

Far fewer people are flying since the Foreign Office advised against international travel.

Between 16 and 22 April, for example, the number of air passengers coming into the UK was 99% lower than the same period in 2019. 

American Airlines said social distancing had been possible "for all passengers", suggesting that its aircraft have a lot of empty seats. And Virgin Atlantic said many of its flights in April were only a quarter full.

Meanwhile, Ryanair carried 40,000 passengers in April - down from 13.5 million in the same month last year.

With the holiday trade almost completely dried up, most of those flying were UK nationals returning home.


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UK: Vodafone launches IoT thermal screening  camera system  to fight COVID-19

UK: Vodafone launches IoT thermal screening camera system to fight COVID-19

 Vodafone has announced a new heat detection camera which will allow firms to better protect workers against COVID-19. The IoT-enabled camera enables standalone installation with additional IT requirements and can screen the body temperature of up to 100 people per minute with an accuracy of +/-0.3 degrees Celsius.

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NHS rejects Apple-Google coronavirus app plan

NHS rejects Apple-Google coronavirus app plan

The NHS says it has a way to make the software work "sufficiently well" on iPhones without users having to keep it active and on-screen.

That limitation has posed problems for similar apps in other countries.

Experts from GCHQ's National Cyber Security Centre have aided the effort.

NCSC indicated that its involvement has been limited to an advisory role.

"Engineers have met several core challenges for the app to meet public health needs and support detection of contact events sufficiently well, including when the app is in the background, without excessively affecting battery life," said a spokeswoman for NHSX, the health service's digital innovation unit.

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Current spread of the COVID19

Current spread of the COVID19

With the current spread of the COVID19 or Coronavirus, affecting the entire globe and having put most regions in an extensive lockdown, there is no surprise people are worried and anxious. With the numbers of confirmed deaths having passed 28 000 we all ask the constant question, “ What can we do to prevent the spread of this pandemic?”

 

In a recent study, published on the 3rd of may, South Korean scientists confirmed that it is impossible for the virus to reactivate in our bodies, at the same time they state that they have found no substantial changes by mutation, to the virus which would disguise it from our immune systems, meaning we are basically immune to the virus if we’ve already caught it once. 

 

Airports have taken to screening to prevent the spread of the virus. Entry screening for the corona virus involves using thermal scanning or symptom screening. The screening works by detecting changes in skin temperature as slight as 0.01 degrees Celsius.

 

 By making use of these thermal cameras and detecting an accurate, non - contact skin temperature  we are able to prevent the spread of the virus by recognising early signs of infection or illness simply by thermal screening. This is an effective and preventable measure that could help this pandemic, by reading early signs of infection through a non contact procedure we are able to determine who should stay home and quarantine before taking a coronavirus test handed out by medicals. 

This could be a means to ease the lockdown and the pressure on the medicals and hospitals all over the world. By establishing thermal screening we are one step closer to beating the spread of this horrible virus and slowly start easing the world back to normal. 

With deaths decreasing in countries like Spain and Italy we are moving in the right direction, BBC reported today, on the 4th of may, that reported deaths in Spain was the lowest since mid - March and Italy's number of 174 was a two - month low. While we see these good news in SPain and Italy, Russia's cases have increased with 10 000 new infections.

 

In the UK, according to the BBC, plans of workplaces to reopen are being considered, but that is with alternatives to social distancing being enforced. The United Kingdom is looking to maximize working from home where possible, and reopen workplaces with measures to minimize the number of employees using equipment and by staggering shift times. PM Boris Johnson is still urging the country to not lift the ban too soon but is to reveal a “roadmap” out of lockdown this Sunday. 

 

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FEVER SCREENING THERMAL SOLUTIONS

FEVER SCREENING THERMAL SOLUTIONS

Increasing safety with biometric fever screening

When it comes to a viral infection, fever is one of the most frequent symptoms. Leading German biometric company has developed a camera, which measures body temperature with outstanding accuracy and speed to make a significant contribution to the containment of pandemics.

Biometric fever detection system measures body temperature by scanning people's faces using state-of-the-art sensor technology. The biometric camera can simultaneously check up to 5 people for fever. If an increased temperature is detected, the system sets off an alarm or even denies access, for example, as part of an automated access control system.

The company's solution is already in use at border controls, airports, trade fairs and events. The system is also suitable for the protection of healthcare facilities such as hospitals and nursing homes. Access to factories, offices, shopping centers, hotels, schools and authority locations can also be secured with the biometric technology.

High accuracy, even from a distance of up to 2 meters, is another advantage of the biometric camera. When using a handheld thermometer, the recommended safety distance cannot be maintained, which leads more quickly to infections. In contrast, biometric automatic Fever Detection Camera does not require any additional operating personnel and, as a result, ensures extra safety.

 The world's first biometric border control system with integrated fever detection

Bangkok/Hamburg, February 13, 2020

The spread of coronavirus shows that in today's world of fast global travel, outbreaks of infectious diseases can cross national borders within the shortest time.  the first biometric border control system with integrated fever detection, identifying potentially infected travelers right at border entrance to contain epidemics. The latest innovation of the German company has now been presented to the public for the first time in Thailand.

As the first country in the world, Thailand has introduced a pilot for a new fever detection system, fully integrated into its biometric border control. 

From now on, the biometric border control system in Don Mueang can capture not only fingerprints and faces, but also measures the body temperature of travelers who pass through the related counters. The temperature is displayed on the border officer's screen and, if someone with fever is detected, the officer is automatically informed and can send the affected person for a health check.

 the biometric border control system, has developed a special fever camera, which is fully integrated into the Thai entry-exit system. It automatically measures the exact temperature of the traveler while standing in front of the border counter. The high fever-detection accuracy at a distance of up to 1.5 m, is one of the system's outstanding features.

Border counters are the perfect spot for such fever checks, as travelers stop here one by one for a moment.  solution provides more accurate and precise results than camera systems that capture several travelers simultaneously. This makes the Thai borders more secure, also against the coronavirus.

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GOING AWAY FOR THE HOLIDAYS? KEEP YOUR HOME SECURE WITH SMARTER SECUIRTY.

if you’re braving holiday travel this year to visit relatives, good luck to you. Seeing family and loved ones is what Christmas is all about, but the getting-there-and-back part is always a bit stressful (and sometimes headache-inducing).
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78 SMART HOME  IDEAS

78 SMART HOME IDEAS

Home automation ..Smart Home is much more than a one-trick pony. When you build on a strong foundation, such as an advanced operating system that powers your whole home, the possibilities are endless. We could list home automation ideas all day long (and you’ll find many of them in our inspiration gallery), but here are 78 to get you started, plus 5 BONUS Voice Control ideas that are sure to get you talking!
 
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Your Home Simplified

Your Home Simplified

Life gets busybut when your home technology is connected into one simple-to-use system, it helps take away some of those daily little stresses. A true smart home makes your life more convenient and your home safer, more comfortable, and easy to enjoy.

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INTERCOM ANYWHERE VIDEO DOORBELL, INTERCOM, CAMERA ALL IN ONE

INTERCOM ANYWHERE VIDEO DOORBELL, INTERCOM, CAMERA ALL IN ONE

Whether at home or away, with Intercom Anywhere homeowners can monitor and communicate with any room of their smart home. Hosts can greet guests and allow them to enter even if they’re not yet home. Parents can check in on the kids and use the video intercom see what they up to, even if they aren’t answering their phones. Worried about deliveries or troublemakers? Homeowners can observe and communicate with anyone who approaches the front door. With Intercom Anywhere homeowners have peace of mind in the palm of their hand.
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Introducing the Neeo Remote

Introducing the Neeo Remote

Inspired and crafted by experts in Swiss design, Neeo is a sleek and sophisticated touchscreen remote that gives you control of your entertainment and smart home devices through the powerful Control4 Smart Home OS 3 platform. You may be asking: “Other companies have built touchscreen remotes, what makes the Neeo remote any different?”

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Welcome to our online store

Welcome to our online store

InControl Online is the ecommerce arm of incontrol-uk.com. At the helm of both is Richard Leslie – a veteran of the home tech industry with more than 20 years’ experience under his belt.

“I’m passionate about technology and all that it can do. I thrive on specifications, data and system design. But that wasn’t why I started InControl. In fact – I set up in business for the exact opposite reason.


Welcome to our online store! Our team is proud to announce that we're now open for business, and we look forward to serving you all in the future. If you have any questions about this store or the products found within, please don't hesitate to contact us any time. Our website has been carefully designed to provide you with an amazingly flexible online shopping experience, and its ease of navigation is something we think you'll grow to depend on and appreciate. Feel free to browse our entire product catalog, and let us know if you have any questions, comments or concerns about the items housed within. Our team is always ready and willing to assist our customers, and we are happy for your visit.
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