Thermal Camera Solutions

Some select thermal cameras have been specifically designed to detect the temperature of humans.

These cameras are being deployed at entrances to buildings, businesses, theaters, retail stores and other areas where people gather. The goal is to have a reliable, contactless method of evaluating the temperature of customers and visitors, to determine if they need additional screening.

When these cameras are properly deployed, they provide a reasonable method to detect and report on elevated temperatures.

One of the features they have is the ability to output temperature data, in addition to video. The Eagle Eye Cloud VMS can receive, record, alert and report on this information, which simplifies the operationalization of elevated temperature screening. Additionally it’s possible to manage and view the cameras locally or remotely and store the video either locally or in the cloud.

iOS Fingerprint Cloud Video Login

You have the option to deploy Apple Touch ID fingerprint biometrics to enhance the security of your cloud-based video cameras. Enabling this feature within the cloud video surveillance system will minimize the chance of a third party observing you entering in a password, and additionally, to make login more secure and convenient.

Using thermal cameras with the Eagle Eye Cloud VMS, businesses are able to pre-screen individuals as they enter the premises and ensure the health and safety of everyone on the premises.

How Elevated Temperature Screening Works

Traditional cameras have sensors that detect light and convert it into an image. The image is made of pixels that each have a specific color. Thermal cameras work by using a specialized sensor that can detect heat, instead of visible light, and then convert that to an image where each pixel has a specific temperature instead of a color. Different thermal cameras have different levels of accuracy. Many of the cameras designed for elevated temperature detection have a stated level of accuracy of +/- 0.5 F. This range is within the tolerance suggested by the FDA.

Most thermal cameras that have a high degree of accuracy are calibrated with a device known as a blackbody. A blackbody emits heat at a specific temperature, providing the camera a reliable, consistent point of reference. Additionally the cameras will detect a human face, and then examine the pixels on either the forehead or eyes to report the temperature of the subject.

The Eagle Eye Cloud VMS offers full support for thermal cameras with integrated analytics used in elevated temperature detection.

Thermal Cameras for Elevated Temperature Detection with Eagle Eye Cloud VMS

Remote Elevated Temperature Monitoring
Learn more about thermal cameras, elevated temperature screening and how Eagle Eye Networks Cloud VMS integrates with cameras.

How Businesses Leverage Thermal Cameras

Thermal cameras are often set up in entrances to facilities, ideally indoors. Many businesses are looking to thermal cameras to provide peace of mind to customers, visitors and employees, including:

  • Hospitals
  • Airports
  • Schools
  • Offices
  • Restaurants

iPhone & iPad

Access and control cloud video surveillance from your phone or tablet.

Our iOS App allows you to view both live and stored cloud video from your phone or iPad to check in on your business from across town or across the country.

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Deep links to Temperature-triggered alerts.

When you receive an email generated from a custom temperature alert, it will include a deep link. The deep link will automatically take you to the video surveillance camera and a time stamp of the event. You can then just tap PLAY to view the cloud video recording at that point in time.

Cloud Video Camera Maps

Displays Location & Status of Cloud Security Cameras

Camera locations and orientations can be viewed on a world map, with building boundaries and interior walls displayed when available. The user is free to scroll and zoom to different locations. Additionally, the camera icon colors show camera status: green indicates the camera is active, while red indicates an inactive state.

Android Phone & Tablet

Access Cloud Video from Android Phones and Tablets

Our Android App allows you to view your cloud security cameras from anywhere via your cell phone or tablet from anywhere in the world.