Your complete body temperature screening solution.
The Clear2there Body Temperature Measurement System is comprised of three core solution components – a dual-channel or bi-spectrum thermal camera, a blackbody thermal calibration device and the Clear2there video management software client.
The Clear2there dual-channel camera produces a video stream, with the visible spectrum camera functioning in a similar way to our standard surveillance cameras. The thermal camera provides a visual representation of the infrared energy emitted by individuals and objects, supporting elevated body temperature detection.
The Clear2there blackbody thermal calibration unit maintains a specific temperature and does not reflect any energy from the surrounding environment. It serves as a constant point of reference for the Clear2there thermal camera. It is manually set at a prescribed temperature and the thermal camera is configured based on that designation. A thermal calibration device is typically used when more precise temperature readings are required, as is the case with screening for elevated body temperature.
Video and thermal streams as well as temperature readings are captured for each subject. These readings, along with supplemental log data and notes related to specific over temperature measurement events, are stored in a centralized MySQL database. These data sources in turn enable powerful and intuitive search functionality as well as detailed report generation and statistical analysis via the Clear2there video management software client.
The Clear2there Body Temperature Measurement System is best leveraged as part of a broader pre-screening operation. As people pass through a defined screening area, their temperatures are read automatically and, depending on the configuration, these readings may be stored and alert notifications generated if a temperature exceeds a specific threshold. Alerts can include audible and visual alarms as well as email and push notifications. Flagged individuals can then be sent to another location for a secondary screening process. This automated approach enables a much larger number of people to be screened, and reduces the possibility of human error as well as virus transmission.