Due to the global networking and the increased risk of spreading contagious diseases, authorities, operators and employer also try to prevent employees at many points, such as airports, seaports, railway stations or simply at the work gate, the spread of dangerous infectious diseases. This includes diseases, such as:
-The Coronavirus (2019-NCO, Covid-19, Sars-Cov-2)
– The “severe acute respiratory syndrome” (sars)
– The Ebola virus (EVD)
– The “Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus” (Mers-Cov)
One possibility of control is, among other things, consistent monitoring of body temperature, since in many cases fever (from 38°C) can be an indicator.
The mobile access lock developed by CMV system enables controlled access quickly and easily. With the help of the calibrated infrared camera Pyroview from the German manufacturer Dias Infrared, CMV system has developed a system that reliably determines the surface temperatures within seconds.
In addition to the precise infrared camera Pyroview, a reference spotlight is used, which provides a constant stable reference temperature and thus reduces measurement errors due to uncertainties of sensors, which result from the ambient temperature difference and the temperature drift of the detector. Relative measurement accuracy in the range of 0.5 ° C can only be achieved with the help of a reference spotlight.
The lock shows the status and the result of the measurement through a traffic light. Optionally, a monitor or an acoustic signal for external control can be connected or access can be automatically regulated via an opening hub. The system only requires a customary 230V network connection and can be built up for transport if necessary.
The outgoing calculator, which is located in the second gate, is linked to the camera via a stable Ethernet connection. The evaluation software automatically records the object and evaluates the recorded surface temperature directly in connection with the reference spotlight, taking into account the measurement uncertainties. The measurement and evaluation is continuous and does not require an interruption.
Voral arms and alarms can be set via defined temperature values. Either the alarm takes place discreetly by a visual signal or optionally acoustically. This achieves the best possible automation. Optionally, the data can be saved in agenda.
The overall system is suitable for continuous simple, discrete and fast control of people. However, it does not replace medical screening and recommended protective measures.