WEBINAR: Fever Scanning and Body Temperature Measurement in Times of Uncertainty
Thermal imaging solutions are now widely used for human body temperature measurement and fever screening at busy retail spaces, office buildings, travel hubs and other venues. While most people see thermal cameras as a solution for “here and now” in the light of the current COVID-19 outbreak, investing in such solutions, in fact, helps you to future-proof your business. In this webinar hosted by ITSL Group, we will help you better understand thermal fever scanning and will show how the technology works in practice.
Join our webinar to learn more about:
The basics of thermal scanning solutions
The applications of thermal fever scanning
The different types of thermal scanning solutions
How accurate is the technology?
The 3 thermal scanning solutions from ITSL GroupThe webinar will feature a short live demonstration of thermal cameras installed at two different sites. We will also dedicate time to answer all your questions.
Attendance is freе!
When? December 3, 2020 at 11:30 am
How long? 1 hour
How can I join? All you need is an Internet connection and a browser! Click the registration button and we’ll send you a link for the webinar. Please, check your SPAM folder if you do not see our confirmation email!
David is the founding director of ITSL Group and a seasoned AV expert for more than 16 years. He is a keen proponent of workforce safety and well-being and this has led to the diversification of ITSL’s offering with thermal fever scanning solutions. He believes that mid-range and high-end thermal cameras offer the best value for money. In our webinar, he will cover the basics of thermal imaging and the various factors to consider when choosing such a solution.
David is a sales manager at ITSL Group, particularly focused on our thermal imaging products. He spends most of his time working directly with clients and sees the tremendous need for reliable fever scanning solutions. In this webinar, he will share practical information from his experience in commissioning thermal scanning technologies across the UK.