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Apr 10, 2020

Fever detection and facial recognition systems launched to help prevent virus spread

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, privacy, robotics/AI, surveillance

From surveillance to access control to restaurant payments, companies continue to develop biometric and temperature-detection technologies to assist global disease-containment efforts.

A new line of fever-detection cameras has been developed by Silent Sentinel, and is recommended for integration with facial biometrics when deployed as part of a standalone system or part of a network feeding back to centralized command and control.

The Fixed Modum consists of a thermal camera accurate to within 0.3 degrees Celsius and an HD visible-spectrum camera for fast identification and recording of a subject with a fever detected, according to the announcement. SDK support, a high-resolution 640×512 imager, and IP65 durability.

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