Are large corporate and private events a thing of the past?
One of the toughest hit industries by the global lockdown is the events industry. Such a wide range of businesses from corporate event spaces to artisan cake bakers are forecasting business for the remainder 2020 to be non-existent. Furthermore the need to carry over bookings from 2020 to 2021, means a saturation of the key 2021 event dates, and therefore more lost potential revenue.
Can we really expect people to socially distance at weddings, birthday parties and other celebrations?
Whilst social distancing is a necessity right now, it is unclear how long the governments and health advisors expect the public to maintain this. Social distancing goes against the natural human instinct, especially at times of celebration, sadness or happiness - where our primeval human desire is to be together.
Thermavis solutions provide a first-line of defence. Using advanced thermal imaging technology screening all entrants for elevated skin temperature and therefore managing access. The WHO recognises fever (above 38C) as one of the primary symptoms of Coronavirus Covid-19.
Thermal Screening technology could be one of a a number of controls, that would need to be in-place, to allow gatherings and minimise the need for social distancing.
Its clear the optimal solution, or combination of solutions, depends primarily on the size and nature of the event.
Thermavis Multi-Person Thermal Screening solution has been designed and manufactured to operate in high-human traffic areas, such as event spaces, ballrooms or entrance lobbies.
Easy to deploy, and re-locate Thermavis technology can help alert event personnel to subjects with elevated skin temperatures, by an audio and /or visual alarm, even if the subject is wearing a mask. All the parameters are configurable from the settings menu.
Thermavis products come with a standard one-year support and warranty. Support and Warranty is conducted through Transputec Limited, a well established global support provider.
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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.