Using a CCTV camera with “Infrared Temperature Detection” it is possible to detect high body temperatures in people giving a possible early warning someone has a fever and may have Covid-19.
Rapid identification of a fever is a great help to screening and protecting staff & visitors of any business, it’s contactless, easy and fast.
CCTV Cameras equipped with “Infrared Temperature Detection” are actually a “2 in 1” device, they have a standard IP CCTV camera and an additional infrared detection module that can read the thermal temperature of a human by the Infrared it gives off.
Infra Temperature detection cameras that help with the detection of fevers and Covid-19 are known as “ITDCs” and can be roughly split into two options for the user.
Long Range Detection with the Hothead™ Crowd (more than 1M)
These cameras can simultaneously read multiple people at a distance and therefore the subject’s temperature can be read without any participation in the process. Great for capturing temperatures of people in a busy environment where you can position cameras to capture people’s temperature by strategic placing of the camera(s).
Short Range Detection with the Hothead™ Selfie (less than 1M)
These cameras need the subject to be closer and pretty much standing in front of the camera. Because the Infrared detection module can’t read at a long distance, these cameras tend to be much lower in cost than the long distance readers.
Does my business need Temperature Detection CCTV?
In all likelihood YES, given the current situation and future prospects most business would quickly reap the benefits, here are some of the ways it can help...
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