Offices are a present a unique challenge when it comes to re-opening after the Covid-19 global lockdown. With such a flow of human traffic throughout the working day, from staff, visitors, contractors to external organisations such as facilities, how does one provide a safe and secure workspace?
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.
Its clear the optimal solution, or combination of solutions, depends primarily on the size of the office, number of entry/exit points and flow of human traffic.
Easy to deploy, and re-locate Thermavis technology can help alert receptionists, security personnel or others to subjects with elevated skin temperatures, by an audio and visual alarm Even if the subject is wearing a mask. All the parameters are configurable from the settings menu.
Watch Transputec Utilising the Multi-Person and Access Control Thermal Scanners.
“Thermavis technology was a key enabler to allow Transputec to re-open our offices with the right controls in place to safeguard our workforce and visitors. Along with other controls, thermal monitoring has allowed us to secure access to the office, denying anyone displaying feverish symptoms whilst providing them with the assistance and support they may require”
CEO Transputec Limited, London
When the alarm is triggered a thermal image and the temperature of the subject is stored locally on the solution for referral. The images can then be maintained or deleted according to the privacy and data retention policy of the organisation.
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.