What Is Seek Scan Temperature Screening?
Seek Scan is a simple to operate and affordable thermal imaging system design to screen candidates based on their skin temperature.
The system has a 0.5F accuracy and takes about 1 second to scan the candidate making it safe and automated way of scanning candidates at a safe social distance.
Seek Scan is manufactured in the USA and meets the FDA guidelines for body temperature assessment, including a reference heat source and is designed for a single candidate screening.
How Does It Work?
According to the FDA guidelines a system needs a reference heat source with a known temperature to measure their skin temperature. These guidelines also require the system only measure one candidate at a time instead of multiple screenings.
The heat source and thermal camera get mounted on a tripod about 5 feet apart.
The thermal camera connects to a laptop or desktop computer running windows operating system via usb cable.
A candidate stands next to the heat source device and the thermal scan takes about 1 second to complete a scan.
On the PC computer the Seek Scan software has a very simple visual and audible alert if the candidate is running a higher then normal temperature.
You can even have multiple stations setup at multiple entrances and have a single person using remote software to monitor each station.
Seek Scan Benefits At A Glance
Meets FDA guidelines by providing an external heat source and single candidate screening.
The system is affordable, visit our pricing page to see exactly what we charge and the value we provide.
The system doesn’t require any special training so once it’s setup it’s easy to operate and use.
Screening a single candidate only takes about 1 second so people flow can move pretty quickly in most situations.
Seek Scan Use Case Scenarios
Seek Scan has a low physical footprint so it doesn’t require a lot of space to setup and operate. Stations can be placed most anywhere including simple doorways to buildings and other entrance points.
Some example locations:
Main entrances to office buildings
Assisted living and retirement homes
Public event spaces