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Thermal Screening

Safer, Faster, Smarter

Government facilities see large numbers of people, healthy or unwell, going in and out everyday. The entrance is one of the most crucial places as everyone needs to pass through.

As people are getting back to work and daily routines, it is crucial for businesses to maximize efficiency of their access control systems under the new normal situation, which requires safe and fast elevated skin surface temperature screening, access and attendance, as well as visitor managements.

Entrance Temperature Screening Terminals

Facial Analysis Solutions

Hikvision Temperature Screening

A touch-free temperature screening terminal is used to give people an easier way to enter a building, record attendance and simultaneously check elevated skin surface temperature without having to touch a terminal or gate, using face recognition and thermographic technologies. The touch-free nature of the terminal makes access easier and safer, suitable for long-term temperature screening with access control for any scenarios with a high footfall of people. It can also be configured to allow for people to ‘self-check’ their temperature.

Thermal Cameras

Hikvision Thermal Camera

This solution works more like a traditional CCTV system, cameras can be installed at entry points and will scan multiple people at the same time. If a camera captures someone with a high temperature it will alert the operator by signaling an alarm and highlighting the individual on a monitor. They can be installed in many locations with high volumes of traffic and potential visitors where limiting contact is essential such as hospitals, primary care clinics and commercial buildings.

Hikvision Handheld Thermal Scanner

Handheld Temperature Scanner

An alternative to the facial analysis unit is a handheld temperature scanner. These can detect from up to 2.5m away and provide rapid temperature readings with high accuracy.

Hand-held thermographic cameras can be used at the entrance to do temporary temperature screening with another line if there are too many people waiting.


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