HP Automated Temperature Screening
Personnel Management Solution features check-in and temperature verification capabilities. This solution can also be programmed for facial identification, with users easily added in a few short clicks. Designed to help protect the health and safety of employees, clients, teachers, students and guests by preventing anyone with a temperature from entering a facility. Alarms can be added to sound when those above the temperature threshold and those without access attempt to enter.
Temperature Threshold Alarms
Anodized Aluminum Finish
Lan or WiFi Connectivity
FCC & CE Certified
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Seek is a simple, low-cost, thermal imaging system designed to automate body temperature screening using skin temperature as a proxy. With ±0.3°C (±0.5°F) accuracy and the inclusion of a reference heat source, Seek delivers the same performance as an infrared temporal thermometer – but automated from a safe social distance.
The system can be installed in lobbies, hallways and other key access points to help businesses, institutions and venues reopen a safer environment for their workforce, customers, members and patrons. Easy-to-install and easy-to-use, the system can be up and running in minutes with no special equipment or training. As the #1 supplier of thermal sensors to the Public Safety market and one of the largest suppliers of all commercial thermal sensors globally, we have built hundreds of thousands of thermal cameras used worldwide
How it works
Seek is specifically designed and calibrated to deliver accurate skin temperature measurements while enabling social distancing protocols. In seconds, the system automatically detects a face, identifies the most reliable facial features for measurement, and displays an estimated body temperature. A visual and audible alert is provided if someone is warmer than the customizable alarm temperature.
Unlike typical industrial thermal cameras, Seek was developed for precise temperature measurement and maximizes accuracy by referencing a fixed heat source with a known temperature value. Seek’s patent-pending heat source allows Seek to achieve much higher accuracy than a standard thermal imaging camera designed for industrial use. Any system that does not have a reference heat source does not follow new FDA guidelines published April, 2020, despite manufacturer claims. Further, these guidelines require the system to measure only one subject’s temperature at a time. Many systems on the market today measure multiple people in a scene.
The Seek process provides an additional layer of preventive screening and can deliver more peace of mind to businesses, institutions and participants.