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Temperature Screening Solution

Flexible Product Choice for a Multitude of Scenarios

Hikvision Temperature Screening Solution, with multiple product types and a wide range of applications, is designed for the detection of skin-surface temperatures so as to achieve rapid and safe preliminary screening in public areas with high efficiency in a multitude of scenarios.

  1. Thermographic Cameras
  2. MinMoe Terminals
  3. DeepinMind NVRs
  4. Metal Detector Door             
Pain Points of Conventional Methods

Conventional methods – such as using an ear thermometer or mercury thermometer – have obvious deficiencies in detecting people with abnormal temperature in public places:

  1. Close Contact, High Risk: Close contact among the users leads to potential risks.
  2. High Cost, Low Efficiency: Increased manpower required, but 1-by-1 inspection is inefficient.
  3. Lack of Intelligent Analysis: Manual registration is required, which may lead to human error and not so timely feedback.
We Offer a Better Approach

An approach that incorporates competent technologies, instead of manpower alone, can be a much better choice in many ways. Such an approach is:

  1. Safer: Non-contact measurement to avoid physical contact
  2. Faster: One second per person for skin-surface temperature detection
  3. Smarter: AI detection, greatly reducing false alarms


of Thermal Technology

1. AI technology ensures thermographic cameras only detect human skin-surface temperature to reduce false alarms of other heat sources.

2. The compensation algorithm ensures the temperature is compensated with ambient temperature and the distance of the measured target for better accuracy.

3. Thermal technology has been applied widely in temperature screening scenarios as it offers more flexibility and efficiency in a preliminary screening of elevated skin-surface temperatures.

  1. Entering the detection area
  2. Human skin-surface temperature measurement Fast preliminary temperature screening without contact
  3. Locating potential abnormal temperatures
  4. Second check with mercury or ear thermometers