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Astra Security and Thermal Technology

Astra Security and Thermal Technology


Astra Security design, supply, install, and maintain integrated security systems. We offer bespoke solutions that deliver against your security needs. We use industry leading technology across CCTV, remote monitoring, access control and more.


Temperature Screening Thermographic Cameras are designed to detect elevated skin-surface temperatures, and can therefore be used for rapid and preliminary temperature screening in office buildings, factories, stations, airports and other public places, with accuracy up to ±0.3°C.
 
They can detect very quickly, without the need for any physical contact, so they’re extremely safe. Additionally, they can detect multiple people at the same time.

Key features:-

  • One second to detect skin-surface temperature of a person
  • Multi-person detection simultaneously
  • Non-contact measurement to avoid physical contact
  • Immediately alarming to notify operators
  • AI detection to reduce false alarms from other heat sources

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Telephone: 0345 521 0580

email: info@astrasec.com

Unit's 7 & 8 Northavon Business Centre,
Dean Road, Yate,
Bristol, BS37 5NH

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I caught up with Gavin Dunleavy, Commercial Director from our partners at DVS to find out more about new technology, the impact of COVID 19, and what the future looks like?

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