Thermal Body Temperature Detection Cameras

Our body temperature detection systems can identify a symptom of COVID-19 in real time. Anyone with an abnormally high body temperature will be detected by the system and shown as a risk onscreen.

Introducing the system into your business is a significant step to making your workplace COVID-secure. Our body temperature detection systems can:

  • Reduce the spread of COVID-19 in your workplace
  • Protect staff and patrons from catching COVID-19
  • Reduce business downtime
  • Provide reassurance to staff that measures to prevent an outbreak of COVID-19 have been introduced into the workplace

The fever-screening CCTV system has built-in temperature sensors and thermal imaging cameras to detect high temperatures. Anyone with an elevated body temperature will be displayed in red by the system. This makes it extremely simple to identify anyone in your building with fever-like symptoms.

Purchase through Caught on Camera and you’ll receive a top-of-the-range CCTV system with professional installation, maintenance and aftercare. We’ll even continue to monitor your device after it has been installed so that we can promptly resolve any issues at any time.

If you’re looking to make your business COVID-secure and are in need of body temperature screening products or thermal imaging solutions, get in touch with the Caught on Camera team today. We serve customers in Barnet and the surrounding areas of North London.

Case Studies

THERMAL IMAGING – CORONAVIRUS

Here’s one of the ways that we’re assisting the Sainsbury’s Theatre in London get back up and running and reopen their doors to the public.

The theatre hosts performances by students from London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts (LAMDA) and the Royal Academy of Music (RAM) plus many other arts events throughout the year and so for them, it’s essential to be able to operate temperature checks and to be able to monitor who is coming in and out of the building.

We set them up with a smart CCTV system with built in temperature sensors to try and help them pro-actively identify anyone in their building who could be at risk of having contracted the virus.

In the video you can see how the thermal imaging captures someone’s body temperature and the staff behind the desk are able to see what is being relayed on the cameras in the lobby also.

This automation will hopefully act as an effective form of defence to help protect staff and other patrons using the theatre.

We’re happy to talk to anyone running buildings with a high footfall as we’d love to help you come up with a plan for how CCTV and thermal imaging can help you to keep your workplace safe.