iDisplay thermometer - creating peace of mind in public spaces
iDISPLAY thermometer is designed to instill a sense of trust and safety in people across industries as they re-commence everyday activities, and public gatherings post COVID-19. This non-contact infrared thermometers will enable companies to invite users back in stores, schools, and work, in a cost-effective, efficient, and safe way.
Backed by the world’s leading German technology in infrared thermopile arrays known as the Heimann Sensor, iDISPLAY Thermometer is a touchless, frictionless, and accurate method to temperature measurement. Within a matter of two seconds, iDISPLAY thermometer is able to read body temperatures, and alert users, and designated associates if they have a fever.
When users have a temperature reading higher than 100.4° Fahrenheit, an alarm will sound to alert the user that they have a fever.
iDISPLAY Thermometer can be synced with automatic doors, or ticketing systems to restrict entry access to people who have a fever.
The world’s leading German technology in infrared thermopile arrays, the Heimann Sensor can recognise and capture different levels of infrared light to accurately and rapidly detect temperatures of users within two feet of the thermometer.
Works with protective masks
The thermometer’s facial recognition feature has been programmed to capture temperature readings of users who are wearing protective masks, though will disable readings if the user’s face is being obstructed to skew the temperature.
Offline and Online Facial Detection
The thermometer’s facial detection not only facilitates contactless temperature taking, but also allows for measuring cases. Used to relay data and images of users with a fever, this feature enables seamless management in high traffic locations. (optional recognition)
Option for Facial Recognition
iDISPLAY thermometer can be programmed to include facial recognition to identify known staff and store valuable data.
iDISPLAY thermometer’s WiFi capability facilitates data capture and management.
Floor-standing and countertop models fit the needs of specific locations and heights of visitors.