AI-Powered Temperature Scanners – The FeverWarn 1100A Body Temperature Scanner is Noninvasive (

The FeverWarn 1100A body temperature scanner is a noninvasive solution for businesses and schools that would work to drastically enhance health tracking in a very simple manner. The system works by being positioned at entryways and goes to work taking the temperature of every visitor by simply scanning their first, hand or body before they enter. The OPX artificial intelligence software will provide a reading in 1.5-seconds from between one and four-inches away, while the built-in memory is rated to hold up to 1,000 scans.

The FeverWarn 1100A body temperature scanner will alert the person if they have a fever using both an audio and visual alarm, while the connected design will enable administrators to keep track of the system via Android or iOS devices.



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