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BBC One Show highlights how camera technology will help make the return to work a safer one

BBC One Show highlights how camera technology will help make the return to work a safer one

With the country now into Phase 3 of lockdown, everyone is now starting to think about getting back to work whilst still adhering to the various restrictions.

2020-06-11

Making sure that workers and customers are safe when they return to work is a key priority.

Earlier this week, TV viewers saw BBC’s the ‘One Show’ highlight how technology is playing a big part in this. The use of thermal cameras is being used across offices, factories, airports, and other public places to help identify a high temperature, which is one of the common symptoms of COVID 19.

Click above to hear Gary Harmer, Sales Director from Hikvision talk about the latest temperature screening solutions

Astra Security and Thermal Technology

Matthew Stanley, Senior Account Manager at Astra Security explained “Thermal cameras with high temperature accuracy have the ability to help detect higher body temperatures, which could indicate the presence of a fever. Something which could be extremely useful now and may help businesses provide a safer ‘return to work’ environment.  The cameras can be used as part of any high- level fever screening process in public places, such as airports, stations, schools, shopping centres and office buildings.  He went on to add, “As they can detect very quickly, without the need for any physical contact they’re extremely safe. On top of that, they can detect multiple people at the same time.”

Astra Security are specialists in providing bespoke security solutions. They design, install, and maintain integrated security systems – these include CCTV, remote monitoring, access control and more.

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