VisionTIR has been awarded in the V BBVA Sur.es Evolution Awards in recognition for the development and innovation in technology dedicated to fight against the spread of Covid-19.
This award highlights VisionTIR’s work in developing the fever detection system FeverTIR based on a thermographic camera.
The award was received by Antonio Soler, CEO of the company and Alejandro Torres, head of business development at VisionTIR, at an event attended by important personalities such as the mayor of Malaga Francisco de la Torre, the director of BBVA Javier Pérez, the delegate of the Government of Andalusia in Malaga Patricia Navarro and directors of the ESIC business school.
The Fever Detection System FeverTIR is designed to quickly and accurately measure people’s body temperature without contact. The system alerts about people who exceed the established maximum body temperature, detecting possible cases of fever, one of the most obvious symptoms of Covid-19 infection, as well as similar contagious diseases. The system is fully compliant with IEC 80601-2-59 standard.
The system combines a high-precision thermal camera with a visible Full HD camera allowing body temperature measurement and the identification of people, with fast recording of the data obtained. The system provides an accuracy of ±0.5ºC and traceable calibration certificate is included.
For higher accuracy in temperature measurement (±0.3ºC), there is the option of incorporating a black body source. In this case, a traceable calibration certificate is also included.