High body temperature detection for disease prevention

An important indicator for a virus infection is an increased body temperature. Infrared thermography can help to detect increased body temperatures. Airyn thermal solutions help identify persons with a high body temperature quickly and isolate them for testing and further observation.  

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Airports
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Concert halls
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Elderly homes
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Factories
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Infrared energy

Airyn thermal imaging cameras do not actually capture temperature. Instead they capture the infrared (IR) energy transfer from an object to its environment and provide a real-time image in a color pallet where warmer objects appear brighter and colder objects appear darker. Computer algorithms are used to generate the color pallet.

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Hospitals
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Hotels
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Mosques
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Offices
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Highlights Airyn thermal camera

⇒  Easy to setup and use                                                                 ⇒  Contactless body temperature measurement
⇒  Protect public health
⇒  Able to screen groups of people                                          
⇒  Fast measurement temperature                                           ⇒  Smooth integration public areas                                            ⇒  Detect critical temperature elevations in real time
⇒  Easy recording & tracking
⇒  Safe solution for operators                                                    ⇒  Activate color and sound alarm

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Public places
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Railway Stations
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Restaurants
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Schools
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Contactless measurement

Airyn thermal cameras do not detect the presence of a virus. They just detect high temperatures in persons and that is often a reliable indicator for an infection or virus. The most reliable and stable way to determine the body temperature is measuring the temperature at the inner corner of the eye. In general, a distance of 0.8 – 1.5 meters away from the thermal camera will give the most accurate outcome. The person only needs to look into the camera for less than a second. 

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Sport Stadiums
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Supermarkets
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Theatres
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Theme Parcs
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Optimize measure results

The purpose of thermal screening is not to measure absolute body temperature but to differentiate healthy persons from those who have a fever. Whether the skin temperature turns out to be 35° or 36° Celsius in average is less important than substantial variations from the norm. The skin temperature of a sick person is likely to be at least 1° – 2° Celsius higher compared to a healthy person. Variations from the norm will trigger an alarm.

Screening process

Step 1

Persons are approaching a thermal screening check- point at the entrance of a hospital, hotel, restaurant, school, supermarket etc.

Step 2

Individuals are remotely screened as they look into the thermal camera. The Screening process takes less than a second.

Step 3

The operator looks into a color monitor and receives an alarm when a person shows a temperature out of the norm.

Step 4

Persons with an elevated body temperature will be isolated from the others and referred to medical staff for examination.