Honeywell ThermoRebellion™ measures skin temperature using a combination of visual and infrared imaging technology and advanced algorithms to provide non-invasive, real-time monitoring of people passing through an access point. This information is then analyzed to reliably identify individuals who may exhibit elevated temperature and alerts the operator to deploy a secondary evaluation method.
Typical solutions include requesting personnel to self-declare symptoms associated with diseases or involve manual temperature measurement of any person entering a facility using a hand-held instrument. While this provides a degree of confidence that individuals with a temperature are being identified and prevented from entering, it requires a dedicated resource to carry out the measurements, and for that person to be in close proximity to the subject, potentially breaching safe distancing guidelines.
The Honeywell ThermoRebellion™ solution is quickly deployed at facility access points, and once operational, the solution provides quick identification of individuals exhibiting an elevated skin temperature as they pass in front of the camera. The scan is shown visibly on the intuitive graphical user interface together with subject temperature information, which is then logged for easy retrieval for audit purposes. Once identified, a secondary diagnosis process can be administered to individuals who show possible signs of fever.
How It Works
- A visible camera views and recognizes people in the field of view
- The thermal imaging camera measures the temperature pixel by pixel
- This temperature measurement is superimposed upon the visible image
- Audible guidance helps users and subjects in order to achieve a fast, effective scan
- Audible and visual alarms are raised if any subject exhibits a skin temperature above the customer-specified threshold