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10 April 2020

Coronavirus: big companies are equipped with thermal imaging cameras in view of the restart

From Ferrero to Generali, up to ArcelorMittal, the big names are preparing for their return to the factories.

Large companies are preparing to restart and are equipped to manage production activities as soon as the acute phase of the coronavirus emergency has passed.

That's why the thermal imaging cameras that allow you to detect body temperature with a margin of error of 0.3 degrees, will be important allies for the fight against Covid-19.

Not surprisingly, after the Civil Protection and other public institutions that were among the first, large groups are also gearing up to allow the return to the factories. If we move towards a gradual reopening of certain sectors after Easter, the possibility of having this type of technology is crucial.

Fixed thermal imaging cameras are capable of detecting the body temperature of a stream of people (up to 30 simultaneously) every 30 milliseconds and triggers a warning light in case the people monitored have a fever.

IMMEDIATE ADVANTAGES

  • Detection of subjects in feverish state
  • Input and output monitoring
  • Data reading simple and immediate
  • Plug & Play instrumentation

EASY AND ACCURATE DETECTION

In transit areas there is a need for speed and precision as well as avoiding gatherings. Thermographic cameras perform temperature screening in an extremely short time compared to traditional solutions, making them particularly suitable in places highly frequented by people in continuous transit. 

SAFE SOLUTION WITHOUT CONTACT

Safeguarding of personnel is fundamental to the correct performance of crucial activities and to their functioning. Fixed thermal imaging cameras installed on the ceiling, on the wall or on a tripod protect the operator's safety by allowing temperature measurement without contact, at a distance of 1 meter or more, avoiding the risk of transmission of pathogens.

 

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