Thermal Imaging System Finance Options
As a result of the recent outbreak of coronavirus, it is becoming a priority to make sure establishments do all they can to make their environment safe for everyone. Here at edde we are helping schools prepare for when students return.
Firstly, ensuring that every student that needs a digital device has access to one. By each student having their own device it means that students don’t need to share, reducing the spread of germs and viruses. Secondly, edde are helping with the finance/leasing of any additional equipment.
Thermal Imaging cameras will be one of the most powerful tools in frontline protection for the education sector. However, this technology will be introduced not just by schools but also businesses across the UK. Edde are working alongside suppliers of this equipment so both businesses and schools can obtain this technology without having to invest large sums upfront.
How does it work?
These cameras can screen the body temperature of individuals to identify the first signs of potential sickness. The thermal imaging camera will display the temperature of people as an overlay.
Once installed, the camera will be calibrated for single file admittance to help ensure the safety of everybody entering your premises. This is achieved by highlighting when an individual has a higher than normal body temperature and initiating a set alarm trigger, this individual can then be isolated for further testing.
This fantastic technology can even build a health archive in the form of a database listing each persons average temperature and highlight when someones has elevated. There are a range of additional technology add-ons available. Simply get in touch for more information and we can point you in the right direction.
Get in touch today!
Whether you are a school, college, university or business who is looking to create a safe environment for your students and employees, edde can help. We understand that budgets are tight but can provide the finance options to get the equipment you need.
Give us a call on 01494 611 456 or email firstname.lastname@example.org