Thermal Scanning At Workplace Is Must In Covid-19 Scenario: A Government Mandate
Food & Beverages Processing|July 2020
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Thermal Scanning At Workplace Is Must In Covid-19 Scenario: A Government Mandate
The wide spread threat of the pandemic has impacted our industry operations to a great extent. A brief season of lockdown became a necessary protocol to be followed by everyone. But now when the situations are changing and we prepare to restart all our operations again, necessary precautions and proper care has to be taken to ensure the safety of all our colleagues. The primary step that is advised for all workplaces includes the implementation of Thermal scanning and fever detection techniques at the entrance of the facility. Government of India, Ministry of health has also put forward a mandate for the Provision for thermal scanning at all public spaces & organizations.

Testo India being the pioneers in testing and measurement instruments play an important role in providing such mass scanning solutions, in the form of testo Thermal Imagers. These thermal imaging cameras allow non-contact measurement of body surface temperature&are proven to detect elevated skin temperatures brought by various external causes like Covid-19, this makes them non-invasive first step for febrile detection.

Thermal Cameras at work

Testo Thermal Cameras such as testo890 has built-in fever detection mode and automatic face recognition feature that helps the user to conduct mass scanning of the people. They can be installed at the entrance of the premises over a tripod & a separate LED screen (connected to the instrument via HDMI cable) can be used as a bigger virtual screen to monitor the scan results of the people or can be manually handled by a person to inspect the entrants.


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July 2020