The Halo Shield is helping British businesses get back to work after the Covid-19 lockdown.
The innovative mobile body temperature monitoring system is being deployed to businesses across the UK as part of the fight to beat Coronavirus.
Developed by Red CCTV, the Halo Shield is a rapidly deployable stand alone system.
It immediately detects body temperatures of people passing by – even if they are wearing a mask, face covering or helmet.
The Halo Shield is capable of measuring up to 30-people-per-second and is being used at entrances to businesses across multiple sectors to keep employees, visitors and customers safe.
It is self-contained, meaning there are no trip hazards, and results are instantaneous.
The Shield scans each person passing by and alarms to anyone with a temperature of more than 38 degrees – allowing the appropriate steps to be taken.
Red CCTV Managing Director Rob Kennedy, said: “The Halo Shield is a very clever, very exciting piece of kit that will play a major role in getting Britain back to work.
“It works silently and unobtrusively, scanning people as they walk past from a distance of 3m without them needing to do anything more, than glance at the camera.
“This isn’t just about Covid-19 but, by having the ability to identify people with a high temperature is useful for them, as they may not know, but also for the rest of the workforce as it will prevent the spread of colds and other viruses.
“There has been a huge amount of interest in the range of products and we believe this will be a very exciting period for the Halo Shield.”
Red CCTV are leading providers of mobile security and surveillance security solutions.
They have adapted existing technology to create the Shield, which utilising a combination of thermal video technology and artificial intelligence.
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