Fastcomm’s Temperature Screening Modules

As a means of helping to prevent the spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19), many organisations have elected to institute thermal imaging cameras as a pre-screening device. These devices identify elevated body temperature (EBT) which could be indicative of a fever (one of the symptoms of a viral infection). While these are not medical devices and do not replace conventional medical testing, they can be used to give an early indication when evaluating a large population.

To support this initiative, Fastcomm has added two temperature screening modules to their IoT platform that can provide early detection of COVID-19 and other illnesses. These modules offer improved safety, are non-invasive and provide real-time fever detection with immediate notifications to help mitigate the potential outbreak of COVID-19 within a workspace and enable businesses to protect their staff and customers from getting infected, as well as from losing income as a result of a forced quarantine.

Fastcomm's innovative temperature screening module is designed for both Customers and Employees, and can include:
  • Temporal scan kiosks at entrances
  • High accuracy thermal imaging stations
  • Digital displays for notification
  • Advanced notification and escalation engine
  • Customer counting for social distancing
  • Demographics for senior hours
  • 24/7 System monitoring and help
Fever and Temperature screening
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Additionally, Fastcomm offers an Employee module that provides continuous employee temperature monitoring, such as:
  • Core temp Bluetooth arm band inserts or temp watches
  • High accuracy thermal imaging stations at entrances
  • Communication nodes and wireless routers
  • Advanced notification and escalation engine
  • ADA compliant algorithms and A/I
    Software development kits to interact with employee database
  • 24/7 System monitoring and help
Employee temperature monitoring
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