AI thermal imager system screens for elevated body temps: Page 2 of 2

May 13, 2020 //By Rich Pell
AI thermal imager system screens for elevated body temps
Aerospace and control technologies company Honeywell has announced a new temperature monitoring solution that uses advanced, infrared imaging technology and artificial intelligence (AI) algorithms to conduct non-invasive, preliminary screening of personnel entering a facility.
Photonics, which the company acquired in December. Rebellion offers the oil and gas and petrochemical industries' real-time monitoring platform that visually identifies and quantifies gas releases to quickly detect and analyze leaks keeping workers safe. The business features a sophisticated AI software platform to provide operators with automated notifications for gas leaks, security issues, and fires.

Honeywell is piloting its new temperature monitoring solution at two of its U.S. production facilities, including the company's new N95 face mask manufacturing center in Phoenix.

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