Thermal camera company launches special offer to help U.S. businesses, event venues reopen safely after pandemic
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Thermal cameras are helping businesses reopen
Hikvision's free app offers remote monitoring of customer temperatures using thermal security camera technology

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. - Floridant -- As businesses, churches, and event venues eye reopening in the wake of the global COVID-19, many are looking to monitor the temperature of their patrons as they enter a building or public space.

The idea is simple: One of the first signs of viral infection is an elevated temperature. Taking the temperatures of every person who enters a shared space can alert authorities to an infected person's presence and allow them to take appropriate measures.

While temperature monitoring is an important part of any organization's reopening plans, the technique typically requires hiring expensive staff and spending considerable time with each person entering an event, retail space, or church service to take each individual's temperature using forehead or other type of thermometer.

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One manufacturer of thermal security cameras wants to help businesses, venues, and public gathering spaces open faster by introducing a special offer: Hikvision is making available a mobile application that can be used in conjunction with their thermal security cameras to automate the monitoring of human temperature. This technology, typically used for security purposes, is now being used to monitor the temperatures to prevent the spread of coronavirus.

With Hikvision's temperature monitoring hardware and software in use, the user can monitor activity of guests entering a space, measuring body temperature as a way to spot people who might be infected with the coronavirus. If a person who enters has an elevated temperature, the device will trigger a real-time alarm via the mobile app to notify the device's operator.

"Hikvision's thermal camera and mobile app is perfect for business owners, school settings and sporting events that want to welcome back their customers and guests after the pandemic," said Kelly Rogan, Operations Manager. "By incorporating this amazing technology, companies can save the hassle and expense of hiring staff to take the temperature of every person who enters a store or space."

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Hikvision's thermal camera comes installed, with three available models that each include a four megapixel (MP) camera relying on an algorithm to monitor human temperature. The smart security cameras include advanced features like bi-spectrum picture-in-picture, image fusion, fire detection, and perimeter protection.

Hikvision's thermal cameras are effective any time of day or night, in any weather condition, and can distinguish between heat generated from humans and vehicles.

Anyone interested in learning more about Hikvision's thermal cameras and their free temperature monitoring mobile app can call Dominique Accetturo at (954) 873-6228 to set up a live 15-minute demo via Zoom.

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DOMINIQUE ACCETTURO
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(954)873-6228


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