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22/06/2020

Dahua thermal solution helps strengthen protection

St. Petersburg, Russia

The equipment offers quick and accurate detection of people with elevated body temperatures.

In St. Petersburg, a set of Dahua's thermal body temperature monitoring systems was installed at the entrance of JSC «Concern Okeanpribor» to help the company with preliminary body temperature screening of employees and visitors during the pandemic.

The equipment offers quick and accurate detection of people with elevated body temperatures, one of the key symptoms of COVID-19, providing the organisation with an additional layer of protection for its employees.

JSC «Concern Okeanpribor» is listed as one of the "backbone enterprises of the Russian Federation", and is engaged in the production of sonar systems and shipbuilding stations to meet the needs of the country’s naval force and national economy. It is also listed as one of the “backbone enterprises” of the Russian Federation. The company aims to use the Dahua thermal body temperature monitoring system to assist their daily temperature screening work and minimize the chances of infection with the strictest measures possible, while not ignoring privacy and respect.

The system was installed at the company's checkpoint area and consists of a thermal body temperature monitoring camera DH-TPC-BF5421P-T, calibration equipment,  DSS software; and accessories such as tripods.

The implementation of this solution was completed by Skyros Corporation together with a well-known Russian software developer for security systems – Videonet.

The Dahua Thermal Body Temperature Monitoring Solution provides a non-invasive way to help organisations check body temperatures of a group of people at the same time, which is faster than hand-held scanners and can be done at a safer distance.

According to the company the most important factor in selecting this solution was its accuracy. With a blackbody, the solution uses a hybrid thermal imaging camera to achieve highly accurate temperature monitoring of ± 0.3 ℃, which is essential in detecting people with abnormal temperatures. At the same time, the camera’s built-in face detection enabled by advanced AI technology can improve the overall measurement accuracy with better positioning of the measuring point on the face. This approach significantly reduces false alarms caused by a variety of hot objects that may accidentally or intentionally appear in the monitored zone. It can also detect the temperatures of people wearing medical masks.

This solution also includes a special version of Dahua DSS software, which can handle temperature alarms. If the set temperature threshold is exceeded, this could be an indication that the system has detected a person with fever and should be checked by a medical professional. In this case, the camera will send an alarm message to this software, allowing the operator to take appropriate measures.

According to Dahua, the solution has been widely used in China and other parts of the world during the pandemic and corresponding recovery process. Its effectiveness for mass scanning especially in public places such as shopping centres, office buildings, airports, train stations, subways, as well as in hospitals and educational institutions has been proven by its numerous applications. In one transportation hub for instance, the system detected more than 100 passengers with abnormal temperature. After conducting medical tests, 60 of them were confirmed positive for COVID-19.


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