Honeywell announces new temperature monitoring solution

honeywellHoneywell has announced a new temperature monitoring solution incorporating infrared imaging technology and artificial intelligence algorithms to conduct preliminary, non-invasive screening of personnel entering a facility

The Honeywell ThermoRebellion temperature monitoring solution can be deployed at the entrance of a factory, airport, distribution centre, stadium, or other commercial buildings to quickly and efficiently identify whether personnel exhibit an elevated facial temperature.

As individuals pass in front of the thermal imaging camera, their skin temperature is automatically detected within two seconds and displayed on an accompanying monitor.

Renaud Mazarguil, president of Honeywell’s gas analysis and safety business, said, “Protecting worker safety is the top priority for any building operator, and today, more than ever, managers are looking for innovative solutions to enhance their health screening processes.”

The system can alert a person with an elevated temperature to seek further screening. Additionally, operators gain reliable, real-time information about personnel entering their facilities, enabling them to take measures to keep their premises safe and secure.

The system can also identify if individuals are wearing the required personal protective equipment needed for entering the building.

The system integrates with Honeywell Forge platform and Healthy Building Solutions from Honeywell that provide a holistic view of the health of a building based on major factors such as air quality, social distance, occupant flow, sanitation, wellness density and adherence to governance.

Honeywell’s Gas Analysis and Safety (HGAS) business deliver fixed and portable gas detection solutions for industrial, commercial, and governmental applications where workers can be exposed to toxic or flammable gases. The business also provides protective gear for first responders and advanced electrical safety solutions for workers in high-risk environments.

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