Aurora Multimedia Corp. has introduced what it says is an AV industry first: a thermal temperature tablet built in the U.S. designed to screen people for signs of the coronavirus while entering a space.
In a press release the company says the TAVIS all-in-one infrared temperature sensing tablet offers five times the resolution of other brands with a 80×64 thermal sensor.
The tablet comes in sizes of 10.1 inches, 15.6 inches and 21.5 inches along with stands, desktop and mounted options.
The tablet will provide alerts when a person is running a high temperature, within one second. It can detect a high temperature up to five feet away and can scan two people at the same time.
The tablet utilizes close range canthus (tear duct) scanning and allows for quick temperature scanning of less than one second.
“One cannot scan “objects” only people as Aurora developed anti-spoofing,” according to the company.
“Advanced digital signage prediction features such as age, gender and other identifiers are offered and the TAVIS units are adaptable to its locale, whether its landscape or portrait mounted, Black or White colors are available too.”
The tablet is fully customizable with the company’s free drag-and-drop ReAX Core Studio software, and the box kit version allows users to custom design kiosks for the specific use case.