Mobile thermal imaging device for body temperature measurement
In 2003, OPGAL was the first on the market employ thermal imaging cameras to measure the skin temperature of airline passengers passing through airport checkpoints located within SARS-affected regions. People exhibiting elevated skin temperatures, which may indicate a fever, could then be isolated for further evaluation to determine the cause. Similar quarantine procedures may help minimize the spread of the Corona Virus outbreak. ThermApp MD is a vital tool for fever detection in high-risk areas.
- Uniquely calibrated to measure temperature differences on human skin.
- Supported devices: Android 8 and up.
- Includes Mini Android Single Board Computer source.
- Available in a 6.8mm and 19mm lens configuration.