AIoT company Pensees has released its new Intelligent Non-contact Body Temperature Monitoring System, in a bid to help mitigate the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus.
While some confirmed cases of COVID-19 showed asymptomatic infection, a fever remains an important symptom for screening and distinguishing infected people. Through the deployment of different front-end devices such as a face recognition access control system with a body temperature monitoring module, fast screening and automatic alert can be conducted at public premises such as subways, airports, train stations, bus stations, schools, communities, and enterprises. This latest technology from Pensees can be used to help curb the spread of virus.
Fitted with technologies, including face detection and body detection, developed in-house by Pensees Singapore, the new system will issue real-time alert in forms of voice message, lighting and etc. when abnormal body temperature is detected. This can greatly help relevant staff quickly locate the person with fever and his/her close contacts for blockage, further detection and medical observation.
With infrared thermal body temperature measuring, Pensees’ Intelligent Non-contact Body Temperature Monitoring System includes intelligent FR access with an integrated temperature screening module and portable thermal temperature screening system with FR capability. The system is able to achieve a maximum temperature deviation of ±0.3°C, in the body temperature range of 30°C～45°C.
Since the launch of the system in March 2020, Pensees Singapore has received numerous inquiries and requests from the international schools, service apartments, hotels, apartments, and industrial estates for the deployment of the products.
Pensees is among the COVID-19 pre-approved solution providers appointed by the Infocomm and Media Development Authority (IMDA) of Singapore. The scope of Pre-Approved generic solutions had expanded to help enterprises implement COVID-19 business continuity measures.
As such, Small Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in Singapore can receive 80% reimbursement from Productivity Solution Grant (PSG) when they purchase Pensees Intelligent Facial Recognition Access Control with Temperature Monitoring system.