Agriculture Industry Temperature Screening Solutions: Mitigate Risk, Protect People & Assets at Food Processing and Production Plants
The agriculture industry faces new challenges to safely operate as it gets back to business. A top priority is to protect supply chain workers, visitors and customers while also maintaining efficiency and productivity. Food processing and production facilities can benefit from Hikvision’s Highly Accurate Thermographic (HAT) for elevated skin-surface temperature detection. A new brochure on our website outlines these solutions in more detail for the agriculture industry.
Easy-to-operate Hikvision temperature detection solutions can help you protect your people and assets, while reducing risk. Thermographic camera solutions easily and quickly pre-screen employees, visitors, customers and vendors before they enter your facility. Pre-screening takes less than one second, is highly accurate, and it offers contactless measurement from a distance.
Other benefits include:
- Mitigated Risk of Exposure
- Extremely Safe—Contactless Measurement from a Distance
- Instant One-Second Screening
- Smart—Only Screens Human Skin Surface
- Accurate up to ± 0.5 Degrees Fahrenheit with Blackbody Calibrator
With advanced detectors and algorithms, our Highly Accurate Thermographic Cameras can be used for immediate detection and preliminary screening of elevated skin-surface temperature with accuracy up to ± 0.9 degrees Fahrenheit (± 0.5 degrees Celsius), and can reach up to 0.5 degrees Fahrenheit (± 0.3 degrees Celsius) using the Hikvision Black Body Calibrator accessory.
You can download a copy of our skin-temperature screening thermographic cameras for agriculture at this link.
Disclaimer: Hikvision USA Inc. products depicted herein are not FDA approved medical devices and are not intended for use in the diagnosis of disease or other conditions, or in the cure, mitigation, treatment, or prevention of disease. When configured correctly, the Hikvision products discussed herein can identify elevated human skin-surface temperature relative to a sample population.