Newport based, Lifeline Fire & Security is leading the way in assisting schools, colleges, factories and offices to return to work using this latest CCTV technology and ‘Back to Business’ solutions.
Temperature screening CCTV is the latest technology fast emerging from the Coronavirus pandemic. Using state-of-the-art thermal image processing technology, through which, thermal cameras are placed at entrances to facilities, specifically designed to detect elevated skin surface temperatures with multi-person detection. Identifying those potentially at risk individually or across a group.
This latest generation of systems cannot only detect elevated temperature but also whether a face mask is present or not, ensuring compliance where required in high risk areas. The latest AI technology also works to ignore false reads such as hot drinks and changes in ambient temperature.
Mark Lee, Managing Director says – “We have held back from marketing this technology for the past few weeks, as we considered it a little insensitive to promote during lockdown. However, the time has come where people are beginning to return to places of employment and back into education, where this level of solution will help to secure locations and reduce potential further outbreaks.”
The information gained through installed systems, provides built in algorithms with the essential data from which ‘real-time’ information and reporting can be generated for schools, factories, colleges and offices to not only prevent transmission but plan effectively to maintain a Covid free environment for staff, pupils, visitors and customers.
This is just one more solution in Lifeline’s suite of high quality Detection Systems, Monitored CCTV, Intruder and Fire Alarm Systems. Which also includes touchless technology for intruder alarms, access control, density control, queue management and door entry systems all helping to reduce the risk of contamination and keep places open.
As the islands only HIK Vision approved solutions provider and official partners Lifeline are working hard to ensure the island stays safe and once again leads the way in the use of technology to keep people safe.