Thermal Temperature Scanning Lessons Learned
Setting proper expectations is the key for effective deployment
One of the most widely marketed solution over the past months has been the thermographic (thermal) camera. On its surface, the value appears obvious – instant detection of elevated body temperatures over a large or fast-moving group of people. In practice, however, this solution needs to be heavily caveated.
“Thermographic sensors are no different than any other video surveillance sensor, and just like there are various cameras – each of which is suited for very different use-cases – there are various types of thermographic sensors with equally varying strengths and weaknesses,” Fallon explains. Full article can be found: