“Whether it’s a medical organization that wants to have this screening before you enter a clinic or a hospital, whether it’s other industries that are critical to manage the distribution of goods and such, they have to maintain a large workforce, etc. etc.,” they’re ordering thermal cameras like never before, FLIR CEO James Cannon
Thermal cameras for detecting whether a person is running a fever need to be close to the eye to work, either embedded in a kiosk that a person looks into or in a handheld scanner in order to take a precise sample of a person’s face, very close to the eye. The scanner can then sound an alarm when it encounters an elevated level. Even though a slightly increased temperature does not necessarily mean that a person has COVID-19 and, indeed, not having a temperature is not an indication that someone does not have the illness, it does provide a data point that could help companies screen employees for the virus.
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