The non-contact thermometer is used by mobile testing staff to quickly take the body temperature of people in public. The thermometer sends the test data via a mobile app to a cloud service, for central staff to monitor test efforts, in real time.
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How it works
The thermometer is pointed at a test subject’s forehead, with a 3-4 cm distance. The temperature is returned instantly.
The reading is sent (via Bluetooth) to a mobile phone, where the VÄRM Sentinel app registers the reading with location data.
The app sends the data to the Sentinel cloud, where central staff, in real-time, can see the result.