With a delay in the virus tests being sent out in the United States, people are now relying on other means of detection. Thermal imaging cameras have been a top choice in this. They can be used to detect who has a fever and needs to be sent to quarantine.
Unlike thermometers, which are one person at a time, thermal imaging cameras can scan large groups of people. In addition, you can place them in businesses such as airports, grocery stores, hospitals, and voting locations. Thermal imaging cameras are already at work in most country’s busiest locations to help identify people showing symptoms. In addition, the cameras can detect heat on 12 different places on the body within a 1/2 degree. Most of them use an AI to monitor numerous cameras at once, and will automatically notify security personnel if it detects someone with a fever. Also, this is a lot faster than the handheld temperature readers currently being used at airports.
2M has a wide range of thermal imaging cameras for your home or business. You can use these products to detect fevers in large groups of people.