Thermocontrol to Supply the Czech Republic With $75k Worth of Devices
Contactless screening stations by Thermocontrol will arrive at federal buildings and bus stations of Prague and other large cities in Czech.
Promobot signed a contract for 15 Thermocontrol devices with Trustis LTD SRO. The contract price is 75 thousand dollars.
Gavel Kurzov, CEO of Trustis LTD SRO, comments:
This is our first purchase of Thermocontrol stations. Our analysis determined that temperature screening devices are now in-demand in the Czech market. We plan to install the devices in federal buildings and bus stations while seeking more companies that require a safe, quick, and reliable temperature screening process. We think that our next purchase will be five times bigger than the first one.
Thermocontrol is a contactless screening station that does not require a person in the process of measuring temperature. It adjusts to the user’s height, integrates with access systems, and stores every measurement in the database. Each device measures temperature at a 9-inch distance in less than 5 seconds. The accuracy of this measurement reaches 32.36 °F.
Promobot representative comments on the new partnership:
We supply almost a dozen countries with Thermocontrol stations. They are used at large productions and federal entities: from hospitals to schools and infrastructure. We know that the demand for security in the Americas and Europe is significant, which is why we ensured our device could compete on the worldwide market of safety solutions.
Earlier, Thermocontrol devices were installed in Germany and Greece. Several stations were recently dispatched to the UAE and the US, with the overall number of supplied stations reaching a couple of hundred units worldwide.
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.