Acadian Total Security is offering thermal video cameras to help ensure the health and safety of employees and customers as businesses begin to reopen.
Because a fever is one of the more common symptoms of COVID-19, identifying one can be vital for businesses, Acadian says. The use of thermographic cameras can be a quicker, more efficient method of monitoring the health of those inside a building, as manual screening can prove time-consuming.
Acadian's thermographic cameras are being offered to businesses of any size at a fair cost. The cameras use advanced detectors and algorithms to immediately detece anyone with elevated skin-surface temperatures. When someone with an above-average temperature is detected, an audible alarm notifies business owners so that further screening can be tested.
“The cameras can safely detect elevated skin-surface temperatures from a distance up to 23 feet in just one second, achieving an accuracy up to 0.5°F. With temperature scanning in real time, thermographic cameras provide a safe, non-contact and comprehensive method for screening at businesses of all sizes and types, while reducing the need and cost for manual screening,” Acadian Total Security President Blane Comeaux said.
In addition to the thermographic cameras, Acadian Total Security is able to provide customers with a two-step screening process by partnering with Acadian Ambulance. Once an above-average skin temperature is detected, the person will be pulled aside by a certified EMT for further testing.
“This process can be very valuable on a larger scale,” said Director of Sales Jason Brown. “For businesses with very high customer traffic, such as a stadium or concert venue, this screening can safely monitor and protect the health of customers and employees.”
Acadian Total Security believes the implementation of thermal cameras will help businesses to conduct operations safely as some slowly begin to reopen.
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