Body Temperature Detection Camera System in Scotland and Surrounding Areas
Aside from isolation, detecting Coronavirus in workplaces as soon as possible is the most effective way to prevent the spread. We know that it would be impossible for a company to manually check every employee’s temperatures with a thermometer.
Our body temperature detection system works as an effective mass fever scanner, allowing companies to observe the temperature of a continuous flow of up to 30 people in an area at the same time. The system includes a facial recognition technology and a thermal imaging camera, providing temperature information instantly, allowing thousands of members of the public and key workers to feel safe due to decreasing the chance of spreading the virus.
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Body Temperature Solution Case Studies
There is no end to the applications the body temperature detection camera systems will be effective in and we have many examples that we can discuss with you. Below is a series of case study PDFs provided by HikVision, the manufacturer of the body temperature camera systems. They highlight the diverse range of body temperature detection system solutions.
How do thermal imaging cameras work?
Different levels of infrared light are captured by the thermal camera when detecting the temperature. If the intensity is high enough, it can be felt as heat but the light is not visible to the naked eye.
The heat is transferred because all objects release some kind of infrared radiation. The more infrared radiation produced, the higher the temperature an object is. Much like a night vision camera, body temperature cameras can detect any radiation and turns it to an image that we can see.
Can thermal imaging see through clothing?
The thicker the clothing the less infrared is detected as heat.
Body temperature cameras will detect any infrared radiation, including radiation coming from a clothed body, however, as it uses facial recognition technology, it will only detect a heightened temperature of a human face.
Can thermal cameras be used to detect a virus or an infection?
Body temperature increases when the human body is fighting an infection.
An alert will be made when the body temperature camera detects an elevated body temperature which has exceeded a certain level. If a person has an infection, the camera will detect it. This is a great first-line defence when allowing multiple people into a building.
How far can the camera detect?
The body temperature camera should be mounted about 1.5m facing upwards from the ground towards incoming people as they enter a building and walk past the camera.
The distance between the people who are being measured and the thermal camera should be 0.8m – 2.5m or 2m – 7m, depending on the type of the camera chosen.
How accurate is the temperature detection?
The accuracy of temperature measurement ranges from ±0.5 °C to ±0.3 °C
A standard installation will be accurate to ±0.5°C. However, if a Blackbody calibration device is included in the installation, the accuracy of temperature measurement is increased to ±0.3 °C