Manufacturing firm Lilin has introduced a new touch-free monitoring system that can measure the body temperature of individuals and detect whether or not they are wearing a protective mask.
The system supports high-precision facial temperature measurement within a distance of 30 inches from face to camera. The entire testing process requires less than three seconds per person.
In developing the new system, Lilin engineered the P3T6522E2-F dual sensor IP camera that can capture high-resolution color video with a 2MP CMOS sensor and also detect abnormal temperatures using a built-in thermopile sensor that targets the facial area.
Once captured, temperature data and video are streamed in real-time to the Lilin NVR51T4E Four-port Temperature Measurement network video recorder for analysis. An alarm is activated when a temperature exceeds the defined temperature range, or it can trigger digital output to, for example, an access-control system. Digital video is stamped with an on-screen display of the temperature reading, so that the infected person can be immediately identified, alerted and sent to a medical facility for testing before potentially infecting those around them.
To avoid false positives, the system can be adjusted to reflect the ambient temperature of the testing area. Up to three individuals can be measured simultaneously.
Along with the new cameras and NVR, Lilin is launching its NAV6001AI-M Aida mask-detection server. When connected to a Lilin temperature-monitoring camera, it will identify in real-time individuals not wearing a mask in public areas that require their use. In the event the NAV6001AI-M detects a person not wearing a mask, an audio or physical alarm is triggered to deny access to a facility.
The NAV6001AI-M Aida mask-detection server integrates into the Lilin camera and NVR solution, although it does not require the NVR for operation and can be used as a standalone solution.