An elevated body temperature screening system enables rapid identification of potential cases during an infectious disease outbreak such as COVID 19 or the flu. However, screening and health checks are not a replacement for other protective measures, such as social distancing and face masks. Public health management requires wider compliance to these other protective measures: controls that depend on the behavior of employees and visitors.
Beyond the above measures, safe work practices and public place controls, such as use of hand sanitizer or hand washing, cleaning schedules, and use of personal protective equipment (PPE) are critical to protecting employees and visitors.
The SMART Embedded Computing Screening, Monitoring and Compliance (SMC) solution is the answer.
Using a combination of specialized thermal cameras, security cameras and AI analytics software, the SMC can help enhance compliance to your infection prevention measures. This system not only detects elevated body temperature, but also detects whether someone is wearing a mask, has properly sanitized their hands and is maintaining safe social distances, helping prevent the spread of the disease by people that don’t even know they have it.
Beyond COVID-19, heightened public awareness of viral infections, such as seasonal flu, encourages building managers to screen their tenants and visitors.