MachineSense, a technology company, introduces FeverWarn, a no-contact, self-service thermal scanning solution that is said to provide reliable results in an orderly fashion, allowing for the recommended six feet of social distancing.
FeverWarn, an IoT-based system, measures temperatures of individuals through their fist in one second or less.
Users place their fists under the scanner, and by detecting infrared radiation energy and wavelength distribution, they will get either a red or green light. The data is then captured and can be integrated into any third-party IT system.
The National Institute of Health has named the fist as a viable option for conducting a temperature check since it has several arteries under the skin surface.
According to the company, blood vessels carry the temperature to the skin, which is why skin on top of arteries is the best location for scanning a non-contact temperature.
The system includes a USB port to control external relays, which can be used to send outputs to auxiliary devices, including gates and security doors.
An RFID smart card reader can also be plugged into the FeverWarn USB adapter, enabling communications with the FeverWarn System. Microservices can be used to send alerts, emails and other data to devices on the network.
- Consistent accuracy not compromised by forehead perspiration, make-up, hair and head coverings
- Accurate infrared measurement (+/-0.9°F +/-0.5°C)
- Offers either local or cloud data storage to preserve compliance with monitoring guidelines
- No additional intervention or supervision required as with handheld temperature guns
- Convenient stands and shrouds available to assist installation
- Developed and manufactured in the USA for quick delivery and free shipping
FeverWarn can be installed in front lobbies, security checkpoints, covered manufacturing entrances, school entrances and any other place where the initial entranceway is utilized.
To view the technical white paper, click here.
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