Intelligent Temperature Measurement Access
The world we knew before the coronavirus pandemic will not be the same as the one in which we live once the expansion of the virus has been overcome or controlled. Prevention measures are going to increase significantly in public spaces and workplaces.
Access control system by temperature in office buildings is a measure that is already being implemented and has a long way to go. What is intended is to provide work spaces with mechanisms that prevent access by people with symptoms of the disease, such as fever. In this post, we are going to explain everything that thermal imaging cameras can do to help you stop this pandemic and other possible infections.
Intelligent Temperature Measurement Access Solution of solution provides functions including access monitoring and control, attendance and gateways. Available in various configurations, these devices cater to the diverse needs of customers.
How does it work
When an employee arrives at the door, before entering he/she is required to stand at a predefined distance from the thermal scan terminal in order to detect her/his temperature.
If the detected temperature is <= 37.5°, the employee will be allowed to open the door with credential.
If the detected temperature is > 37.5°, the employee will not be able to unlock the door and he/she will have to follow the established procedure for the case.
When a visitor arrives at the door, he/she will be required to ring at the video entry phone.
The office manager will ask the visitor to stand at a predefined distance from the thermal scan terminal in order to detect her/his temperature.
If the detected temperature is <= 37.5°, the office manager will open the door.
If the detected temperature is > 37.5°, the visitor will not be allowed to enter and the office manager will notify the visitor following the established procedure for the case.
Now more than ever it is crucial for businesses to keep their workspace safe for both employees, visitors, and technologies help automate and streamline organizational processes.