The heat map view to the left provides an intuitive visual report to identify problem areas and inform product and fixture improvements to help avoid congestion or congregation. Finally, our social distancing analytics dashboard provides insights on optimizations related to capacity at peak times or employee training which may be necessary. It also allows for easily quantifying compliance levels and understanding trends over time.
The screening process for building entry applications is as follows:-
1. Temperature checks are given to employees (and any other visitors) via high-accuracy thermal cameras before entering the space. Due to higher resolution than other thermal cameras, screening can occur at a more natural distance while still maintaining accuracy rates within 0.5 degrees F.In addition, our facial recognition technology is used automatically to determine where the system should take the reading from.
2. If the temperature reading falls below 100.4 degrees F, the person may enter as normal, and the status screen will read “CLEAR”.
3. If the temperature reading falls at or above 100.4 degrees F, the person will be redirected to validate the reading, and the status screen will read “STOP”. If the temperature is still registered, they will not be able to enter the building. It is recommended that they not return to the building until they have been fever-free for at least 24 hours.