June 01, 2020

The cornerstone of the economy for many countries, keeping key construction works underway is imperative to ensure that improvements to the infrastructure of the nation’s towns and cities are completed on time and within budget.

With the COVID-19 pandemic bringing health to the forefront of the construction industry, the ability to detect the potential signs of illness means the difference between a productive, healthy workforce and a potential risk to life. Accurate thermal imaging is especially important on construction sites where distance working isn’t always practical or possible.

Themavis thermal imaging devices are designed to detect elevated temperatures without the need for invasive monitoring. Our technologically advanced thermal imaging cameras use artificial intelligence and offer efficient, reliable screening with instant visual reporting.

With a screening range of up to 3 metres accuracy to +/- 0.4 degrees centigrade, the designated person monitoring the thermal camera can maintain a safe distance to safeguard against the threat of infection. In this way, all workers passing onto site can be screened for signs of illness in a safe, efficient manner.

From handheld devices suitable for smaller site monitoring requirements to multi-person wall-mounted or tripod camera options that can detect raised temperatures in larger groups of construction workers, Thermavis has a solution for sites of all shapes and sizes.

These controls are not just essential to adhere to current government guidance on returning to work due to coronavirus, but can also be used in other security capacities to detect trespass on to sites after dark, making them a must-have site health and safety and security solution in one technologically advanced device.


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