Make large-scale temperature verification
quick, easy, affordable, and safe.
i-OnTemp provides the power and accuracy of large-scale airport systems in a next generation mobile unit to detect anyone with a fever. Placed at the entrance of public locations, i-OnTemp will identify and alert on potentially sick persons based on their skin temperature. No need to stand in front of the system, no need to wait for processing time, no installation required. With the ability to measure over 100 individuals per minute, people can pass freely and anonymously while being checked by the system.
With i-OnTemp, it’s possible to monitor the body temperature of individuals in large groups. An i-OnTemp operator can easily and accurately detect anyone with a fever within a 20-foot radius of the camera. Protect your staff, facility, and visitors while also saving time and providing peace of mind.
I-OnTemp requires minimal training, is ready out-of-the-box, can be relocated quickly and easily, and can be used in locations without a power supply for up to eight hours. I-OnTemp also produces an audible alert and is bluetooth-enabled for use with an earpiece. It can automatically capture images or video when a person with a high temperature is detected, and it can transmit a live feed for remote viewers.
i-OnTemp addresses and resolves
all of the below issues
are a health risk.
Hand-held body temperature readers pose a threat to both the user and subject, as they prevent social distancing and necessitate close contact with many people. Hand-held devices also cause dangerous and frustrating choke-points at busy entryways. Individual scans waste time, create unnecessary risk, and cultivate an environment of anxiety.
Kiosks present a false sense of security and may cause severe eye damage.
Many large-scale temperature monitoring systems require the set-up and operation of multiple devices, such as a computer with the capability of running advanced imaging software, special cameras, and a wireless router. These rigs are time-consuming, immobile, and demand more personnel to operate correctly.