In the context of the coronavirus pandemic, the most urgent task is to implement thermometry systems designed for non-contact measurement of human temperature.
High temperature is a major symptom in people with coronavirus infection or other diseases associated with elevated body temperature. The simplest, fastest and most reliable way of detecting elevated temperature in humans is infrared thermography, i.e., determination of body temperature by contactless measurement of infrared radiation in the body.
The most popular thermometry systems are those that allow you to comfortably measure the temperature of the flow of people, without violating human freedom.
As a result of testing and approbation of various solutions, our specialists developed a modular complex that meets the sanitary and epidemiological requirements for mandatory thermometry for organization of work of enterprises and institutions in the conditions of maintaining the risks of COVID-19 spread. The proposed complex is multi-functional and, in addition to solving the local problem of thermal control, is intended for use in complex object security systems and universal identification systems.
1. SVEGA® KT thermometry system
The SVEGA® KT system is a functionally complete technical tool intended for the organization of a stationary thermometry station at the entrance to an educational institution (see pic. 1).
The results of thermometry in real time are displayed on the control monitor of the employee of the security post of the institution and on the video monitor of persons with temperature fixation (see pic. 2).
If the body temperature measurement result exceeds 37.1 °C, a photo recording is performed with automated entry in the thermometry log (see pic. 3).
SVEGA® KT uses a facial recognition system using artificial intelligence, which allows you to measure the temperature of the flow of people with high accuracy (up to 100 people per minute) with automated photo recording and logging of thermometry. The system provides measurement of the human body temperature, and not foreign objects (for example, the temperature of a coffee cup in your hand).
The application of thermometry makes it possible to significantly increase the efficiency of the integrated security system. The ability to identify potential disease-spreading agents prior to contact with other people in the building is essential to prevent the spread of disease. The thermometry system can be integrated into both existing and planned video surveillance systems, control and access control systems, security and fire alarm systems, and their functionality can be significantly enhanced. For example, using the access control system, it is possible to block the entrance to a person whose temperature exceeds the set value, and to keep a video of that person in a separate section for later identification.
3. System of universal identity
The functional characteristics of this camera make it possible to use it as part of a complex of hardware and software for building a system of universal identification of a person.