Athena’s Elevated Temperature Detection System
Athena’s Elevated Temperature Detection System to help detect febrile individuals, provides fast, accurate, and safe screening of over 2,000 people per hour (each person must be scanned next to the HSRP device in a single file line six feet apart, which follows the FDA guidelines for screening the public). The system is non-invasive and non-contact; it works by detecting an individual’s face, ignoring hot spots like hot lights above and other hot objects on the person such as a cell phone or coffee. The individual looks at the camera, and the system detects the hottest point on the face near the eyes, with over 1,000 temperature readings on the face. The technology then focuses on the hottest point on the face: the inner canthus, the area near the eyes that most closely correlates with basal body temperature (when not experiencing a fever), so the subject needs to remove glasses and look at the camera. Athena is best utilized as the first of a two checkpoint system, where an elevated temperature that could be a fever is then confirmed by a second FDA approved medical thermometer.
Please Note: The system can only detect elevated temperature and does not diagnose any virus or disease.
Fast and Frictionless
Quickly scan for temperature.
Highly Accurate and Precise Temperature Sensor, Accuracy within 0.2 ℃ and 0.36F?° F with HSRP-Heat Source Reference Device (Blackbody).
Automatically calibrates and adjusts based on ambient temperature conditions
Continuously self-calibrating for near-zero drift
No manual recalculation needed
The system measures for elevated temperature with the use of a thermal camera. Fever is a symptom of SARS, Ebola, Coronavirus/COVID-19, and many other diseases. This system is not a diagnosis tool. A medical-grade thermometer and healthcare specialist should be consulted for medical diagnosis. The system can only detect elevated temperatures that may be a fever and does not diagnose any virus or disease.
HSRP device (Blackbody) to improve accuracy to 0.2 ° C
Maintain a highly accurate system in the real-world.
For use inside, without crosswind, away from HVAC
Does not pick up asymptomatic, non-febrile people
Athena Elevated Temperature Detection System that can help detect a fever, Physical Components:
Thermal Camera and 1 ethernet cable
Processing Box with a power cord and 1 ethernet cable
Router POE with a power cord
Medical Grade Thermometer (optional)
Apple iPad Display of RTSP streams and alerts
HSRP device (blackbody)
Athena Elevated Temperature Detection System
Easy to set up and operate
50 mk Sensitivity, 0.2 ° C Accuracy with HSRP-Heat Source Reference Point device (Blackbody)
Integrated Visual Camera optional
Alerts to Web Browser
Alerts to Mobile App
No external calibration source required
Athena’s Skin Temperature Detection Screening Interface
Secure web browser login
Simple mobile app
Operator-free automated screen
Audible alarm notifications
Alarm notification via a web app
Alarm notifications via a mobile app
Ambient temperature compensation
Automatic alerts log
Integrates with Security Management Systems
Integrates with Video Management Systems example Avigilon , Salient
How It Works:
The highly accurate infrared-thermal camera measures multiple points on the subjects’ face near the eye, called the inner canthus, to determine the highest temperature. By detecting and quantifying multiple points on the inner canthus, which is constantly emitting infrared energy, the Athena platform can then make necessary adjustments to improve accuracy. Pre-configured 99.5 F alarm thresholds send the notification, once the subject that passes into the screen is emitting energy at or above this threshold temperature. Alerts come via password-protected HTTPS web application, secure mobile app, or integrated security or video management system. The system is non-invasive, non-contact, and fast. The system identifies the face of the subject, ignores hot spots like hot lights above and other hot objects on the person like a cell phone or hot coffee. The person looks at the camera, and the system finds the hottest point on the face near the eyes, called the inner canthus. Near the eyes is the area that most closely correlates with basal body temperature, so the subject needs to look at the camera. Athena is best utilized as the first of a two checkpoint system, where fever is then confirmed by a second FDA-approved medical thermometer.
Top Features Include:
The visual camera records in parallel with the infrared thermal camera so that we can show a picture to identify the subject. The real-time visual camera stream includes a visual of the Alarmed High-Temperature numerical fever reading, adjacent to the subject.
The platform is automatically set up with 99.5 as (can be user-set) the alert notification threshold, and reduce the demand on operating staff because it’s “always-on”.
High-Temperature Alarm and Notification that may be a fever
Temperatures above the notification threshold are automatically sent to the web application and mobile application. The same username and password are used to log in via either a web browser for the web application or mobile app.