Thermal cameras in the workplace

Sales of thermal imaging cameras have seen a dramatic rise worldwide as businesses look for effective means of detecting raised temperatures.

What are thermal cameras?

While these cameras are not medical devices and cannot diagnose a particular condition such as a virus, they can identify elevated temperature, and that’s where they can add value to an organisation’s overall plan for improved workplace security.

Temperature Check Scan

We offer a range of solutions to suit your business needs, whether for “stop and scan” temperature readings or “walk through” solutions. All are easy-to-install and easy-to-use and can be up and running in minutes, installed in lobbies, hallways and other key access points to help businesses, institutions and venues provide a safer environment for staff, customers and visitors.

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Benefits of Thermal Cameras

 Temperature control2 Detects elevated temperature - precise temperature measurement with a fixed heat source to maximize accuracy.

 Biometric facial recognition2Fast, automated screening - in seconds, the system detects a face, finds the most reliable spot to measure and displays a pass/fail alert.

people 202x202Enables social distancing - give the same performance as a temporal thermometer, while maintaining safe social distance.

cost icon 202x202Cost effective solutions - A range of prices and solutions are available to meet your particular requirements.

 

What are thermal cameras

Where to use?

Thermal imaging solutions are suitable for use in a variety of locations and can be configured to connect to a mains power outlet, or as a standalone self-contained unit with a rechargeable battery pack.

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STANLEY Security Thermal camera 1What’s included?

Your thermal camera system will be configured to include all of the elements needed to ensure you can get your system up and running as quickly as possible including: cameras, mounting stands and brackets, reference heat source, UPS power source (if specified), plus software and monitors or PCs if required.

Next steps

If you have any questions or would like to discuss how best to implement thermal cameras into your existing security and safety processes, please get in touch with your STANLEY Security representative.

 

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