Audio-Video Group Now Offering No-Contact Temperature Scanning Technology

Audio-Video Group Now Offering No-Contact Temperature Scanning Technology

With so many businesses, churches, and medical and educational facilities working to ensure the safety of their communities, Audio-Video Group is proud to offer no-contact temperature screening technology.

Temperature check tablets use infrared sensors to alert the person to a high temperature in one second. These highly accurate sensors use a complex algorithm to measure within a 0.5 degree Fahrenheit range. The tablets can be mounted on a table or wall or be free-standing.

This surprisingly affordable option allows the first layer of screening technology that is both sanitary and efficient–people can stand up to three feet away and don’t have to interact with another person to have their temperature screened. Lines to enter buildings will move more quickly with the fast readings, reducing the risk of people congregating closely together.

The temperature scanners also increase efficiency by removing the need for an employee to manually take the temperature of everyone who enters the building, saving costs in the long run. Plus, multiple devices can be monitored by a single user for establishments with multiple points of entry.

Many options in thermal scanning devices offer other utilities as well. For instance, badge scanning, facial recognition, mask confirmation, object detection, and digital signage are all within the capabilities of various models. They can be integrated with third-party devices and access systems.

Airports, schools, retail establishments, corporate offices, restaurants and more can now efficiently and accurately scan the temperatures of employees, students, and customers with this screening technology. With prices starting around $1,600 and applications beyond recording body temperatures, these devices are an easy investment in health and safety. Call Audio-Video Group today to learn about the options and schedule your installation.

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