FLIR Thermal Cameras
Screen for elevated temperature using FLIR's®Thermal Cameras. They can provide instant feedback and generate an alarm when someone is detected with a temperature that is outside of the established range.
Can thermal cameras be used to detect a virus or an infection? The quick answer to this question is no, but thermal imaging cameras can be used to detect elevated skin temperature. FLIR® thermal cameras have a long history of being used in public spaces—such as airports, train terminals, businesses, factories, and concerts—as an effective tool to measure skin surface temperature and identify individuals with elevated skin temperature. When followed by a screening with a medical device, the use of an infrared camera as an adjunctive diagnostic tool may help contain or limit the spread of viral diseases such as bird flu, swine flu, or COVID-19.
FLIR's Visible Security Cameras
FLIR® is a world-class developer of open, scalable end-to-end video Network Video Management System surveillance solutions. TruWitness from FLIR® is an award-winning application that turns first responders into live camera operators with their smartphone: a security industry first. It supports Android based smartphones and devices and can be initiated by a simple tap on the touch screen. There are many applications for this unique and powerful feature. In an emergency, first responders can use their devices to provide visual status reports of an accident scene to their control room or other emergency agencies. Staff can document altercations, problems or other important information visually and in real time. Imagine the possibilities of having multiple mobile cameras on site and on scene to provide live video. The applications are limitless. Furthermore, with the FLIR® Mobile App, for Android or iPhone devices, you can use your smartphone to monitor and playback your video systems remotely.