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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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