Can AI Thermal Imaging aid in preventing the spread of the Coronavirus? Yes, if Thermal Imaging is used for detecting "Elevated Body Temperature.
"The thermometer data "acts as an early warning system for illness spreading," said Inder Singh, CEO of Kinsa.
At Preventech AI, we understand that with the global outbreak of the coronavirus (COVID-19), it is now officially a pandemic. Our world is deeply concerned and becoming outwardly cautious about the spread of infection and the solution to control cases of flu and viruses. We believe that creating and seeking tools to help slow and ultimately stop the spread of the virus will be a need.
Although no IR thermal imaging cameras can detect or diagnose the actual coronavirus, Preventech AI Model: ARTEMIS X1 has proven to be a robust all in one system capable of detecting "EBT" in high-traffic public places through quick individual measurement screening.
Virtually once a scan is complete, the "EBT" of the skin in key areas (especially the corner of the eye and forehead) is above average temperature, then the organization may ask the individual for additional screening.
Preventech AI allows identifying individuals with "Abnormal EBT" more accessible and allowing further screened with virus-specific diagnostic tests. We know precautions like this can help reduce or dramatically slow the spread of viruses and infections while remaining discrete, efficient, and useful.
Our technology is not new as a variety of institutions, including transportation agencies, businesses, factories, and first responders are using thermal screening as an EBT detection method and as part of employee health and screening (EH&S). However, we offer a wide range of features, warranties, and support not provided by other groups alike. The technology we use is top of the class and has exclusive software and additional hardware features available. If you are looking to secure your businesses EH&S, please contact us.