■ Affordable, accurate and automated temperature screening
■ Meets FDA Guidelines. Seek Scan meets the accuracy specification, includes a reference heat source and is made for single person screening.
■ Get the performance of a temporal thermometer while keeping a safe social distance
■ Email Notifications. Receive an email notification every time someone measures above the customizable alarm temperature.
■ Send alarm events, stream, trigger access control and VMS, and pull data to integrate multiple Seek Scans into one enterprise solution.
■ Perfect for lobbies, hallways and other key access points
■ Set up and start screening in minutes
■ A Windows PC and 2 Tripods (Not included) are required to run this device.
■ Manufactured in the USA and NDAA compliant
What is Seek Scan?
Seek Scan™ is a simple, low-cost, thermal imaging system designed to automate body temperature screening using skin temperature as a proxy. With ±0.3°C (±0.5°F) accuracy and the inclusion of a reference heat source, Seek Scan delivers the same performance as an infrared temporal thermometer – but with a safe social distance. The Seek Scan process provides an additional layer of preventive screening and delivers more peace of mind to businesses, institutions and participants. Set up Seek Scan in minutes using two tripods and a Windows PC. Manufactured in the USA & NDAA compliant
How it works?
Seek Scan is specifically designed and calibrated to deliver accurate skin temperature measurements while enabling social distancing protocols. In seconds, the system automatically detects a face, identifies the most reliable facial features for measurement, and displays an estimated body temperature. A visual and audible alert is provided if someone is warmer than the customizable alarm temperature.
Unlike typical industrial thermal cameras, Seek Scan was developed for precise temperature measurement and maximizes accuracy by referencing a fixed heat source with a known temperature value. Any system that does not have a reference heat source does not follow new FDA guidelines published April 2020, despite manufacturer claims. Further, these guidelines require the system to measure only one subject’s temperature at a time. Many systems on the market today measure multiple people in a scene.
- Factories and warehouses
- Venues, theaters and arenas
- Nursing homes
- Schools and daycare centers
- Gyms and other sports facilities