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Articles in Category: Thermal temperature Detection Systems – Houston, TX

ASAP Security Services is working to bring effective thermal temperature detection systems and solutions to organizations throughout Houston and Texas. Learn more here.


A Guide to Implementing Temperature Detection Systems

Battling the Pandemic Requires New Technologies and Thinking

A Guide to Implementing Temperature Detection Systems

In our continuing blog series on these pages, ASAP Security Services is committed to educating organizations on real technology solutions that can help curb the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic. We have been working closely with the technology suppliers that are working hard to leverage existing technologies and develop solutions that can help organizations, facilities, and services function as normally as possible in these unprecedented times.

We have already discussed the promise – and the challenges – with body temperature detections at scale. As businesses, schools, companies, sports, performing arts, and events all want some ways to operate as before safely, one way of screening for pandemic symptoms is elevated body temperature detection. As we've noted, it is not just a simple matter of installing the right types of cameras in your Houston facilities. The technology needs to be set up correctly, and every organization must have a detailed plan of what they do with people that don't pass the screen.

In this blog, we’re going to cover these implementation issues in greater detail. If you are looking at ways to implement thermal temperature detection systems to help your organization get back to a reasonable level of regular activity with the right precautions, we encourage you to read further in this continuing series on technology solutions to combat the spread of COVID-19.