New Thermocontrol Devices Prevent the Spread of the Coronavirus
The manufacturer plans to implement them across the world.
Promobot has presented a new solution in preventing the new Coronavirus. Promobot Thermocontrol is a contactless screening station for people in public areas.
These devices are autonomous and measure temperature with an accuracy of 32 °F. The operation doesn’t involve another person; it informs personnel about detecting high temperature from the new visitors at the building. One screening takes 5 seconds, with the entire interaction process taking roughly ten seconds.
Oleg Kivokurtsev, the CBDO of Promobot, comments:
«Most solutions on the market involve an operator to measure the temperature of other people using a thermometer. It is slow and unsafe — there is a significant risk of transmitting the virus from person to person. Our solution can help with a safe and riskless screening process that will be quick and high-quality in its experience. We see temperature measurement devices becoming the new security norm, like metal detectors and surveillance cameras. In the face of the new danger to people, modern technologies must react quickly and ensure their security; this is what the technologies are for.
Every Thermocontrol device features a thermometer and a built-in screen. There are two versions of the device; Thermocontrol shows temperature measurement results and notifications, while Thermocontrol Plus recognizes faces and integrates with security systems. The device will grant and deny access to the building if it measures temperature, not in the proper spectrum.
Several clients worldwide have already purchased Thermocontrol, including large factories in CIS countries, companies from Sweden, Germany, and the Czech Republic. The solution is easily implemented in public locations of all kinds, from airports and offices to schools, hospitals, and hotels.
Thermocontrol is a device that is developed specifically to aid in preventing the spread of the Coronavirus. According to John Hopkins University, more than 96 million people are diagnosed with Coronavirus at the time of this release. 53.4 million cases have been treated, while 2 million people have died from COVID-19.