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Monitoring of Personnel in Multiple Large Facilities

e.g. Warehouses, Apartments, Office Buildings, Malls

Businesses and organizations deploy TempTrace IoT Gateways across their facilities. This will track all the TempTrace armbands systemwide.

The TempTrace Dashboard alerts mean earlier efforts to
(i) detect,
(ii) mitigate, and
(iii) intervene,
leading to a decreased chance of
business interruption and
disease spread.

Monitoring of Driver and Delivery Workforce

e.g. Amazon, Uber, DoorDash, Grab, GrubHub, FedEx, UPS, Aramex, DHL

A driver downloads the TempTrace app and pairs the TempTrace armband to the driver’s device. The app will transmit temperature information continuously to the TempTrace Dashboard.

The TempTrace dashboard monitors driver temperatures in real time. If a driver shows signs of a fever spike during a shift, then the company and driver are alerted. 

Monitoring of Essential and Quarantine Facilities

e.g. Hospitals, Supermarkets, Airports, Hotels, Nursing Homes, Ships, Prisons, Schools, Campuses

Organizations deploy TempTrace IoT Gateways across their facilities. These pair with TempTrace armbands in one or more facilities to help monitor temperatures in the event of fever spikes. 

The TempTrace dashboard enables monitoring of a large amount of patients. The organization and affected individual receive an alert in the event of a fever spike, which increases the chance of earlier intervention. 

Monitoring of Essential and Quarantine Facilities

e.g. Hospitals, Supermarkets, Airports, Hotels, Nursing Homes, Ships, Prisons, Schools, Campuses

Airlines deploy TempTrace IoT Gateways in the plane. The gateway pairs with TempTrack armbands and help monitor temperatures in the event of fever spikes. 

The TempTrace dashboard enables real-time monitoring of passengers on a flight. Flight crew receive an alert in the event of a fever spike and enact in-flight protocols established by the airline. Temperatures can be recorded electronically and shared with airport authorities before landing so affected passengers are isolated with fewer chances of crowding inside the terminal

TempTrace vs. Thermal Camera Solutions

  • Many countries and companies use thermal cameras to screen for fevers. These cameras are expensive and often located in high traffic areas, limiting where and how they are placed.

  • Thermal cameras only measure skin temperature and not the core body temperature. People who are not yet showing fever when they pass a camera, or others taking fever reducing medicine, will not register a fever during screening process.

  • Thermal cameras still require manual monitoring and recording, potentially causing bottlenecks in high traffic areas, which is exactly what you do not want during an outbreak.

  • Facial recognition is being tested with thermal camera screening, but when people wear PPE, accuracy is impacted and hinders complete automation (requiring human intervention).

  • Thermal Camera solutions do not help with contact tracing inside a facility.

TempTrace vs. Contactless Thermometer Screening

  • Contactless thermometer screening has become a popular option among companies, but this only measures skin temperature and not core body temperature

  • This type of screening requires more trained personnel and, often times, manual recording of temperatures. This results in crowding in screening locations at peak times, which can lead to exposures as people might not adhere to social distancing policies when in line.

  • Employees that have used fever reducing medication often pass these screening points and potentially expose other employees during their shift or work hours.

  • This type of screening also does not enable employers to do any contact tracing inside a facility if an employee has tested positive for a virus like COVID-19.