List Of Coronavirus Fever Cameras (101)

UPDATE May 2020 Directory of "Fever" Camera Suppliers Published

We published our "Fever" Camera Supplier Directory and will be updating the directory in that report and no longer updating this list.

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Optiview (Dahua relabeller)

Received spam from them today.

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Thanks #1, added.

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Thank you for all your team is doing on this. We are seriously considering technology for this but the waters are muddy.

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the waters are muddy

Related: Dahua is definitely on their most impressive marketing blitz to date.

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I am not sure if you are being facetious or serious but I will add that, even across the world, it seems Dahua has a step up in terms of overall marketing volume and engagement than Hikvision.

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Part serious, part facetious.

Serious portion - Dahua is doing a fantastic job of getting the word out. I would never have expected Dahua to so effectively capitalize on fear. Their name comes up 5x more than FLIR at the moment.

Facetious portion - Dahua's marketing material is pretty bad. When you are sending out Powerpoint presentations that show people with 93-95 degree temperature readouts (if you zoom in on the images) that is not reassuring in the quality of your product.

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I'm writing a detailed report with a compare and contrast chart for features, specifications, requirements, product capabilities, and pricing. I should be finished by the end of the week. Email me if you want a copy of my findings: ray@customvideosecurity.com.

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Mannish Boy - Muddy Waters.

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Thank you John and team! So we have a couple of groups that have requested we market fever detection solutions. Is this the list of the groups that have FDA clearance/approval?

Presuming that is the correct list and a manufacturer that an integrator would like for us to prepare marketing for isn't on that list would you recommend for us to advise against marketing that?

Thank you in advance!

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David, yes, that is the list.

I don't think you are going to get in trouble for helping a client who recommends or uses it. And as we discussed in the Dahua vs Hikvision USA post, it's not clear what the FDA will do. So it's really up to one's risk level. I think you are helping your client by making clear the risk they are taking.

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Thank you John! I appreciate it!

Stay safe and I don't think I've ever spent this much time on IPVM as I have over the last 60 days LOL.

Thanks to you and your team for all of the invaluable content!

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Excuse. I accidentally hit the "Funny button" This not at all funny. Anyway, you may want to check out PBS Frontline documentary relating to the treatment of the Uyghurs in China. Hikevision was named and extensively covered in the documentary. Good insight into how this technology is used to control the people... particularly the Uyghurs in China. Check it out.

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Please, consider adding AVIO product to the list.

Infrared Thermal Imaging Camera | NIPPON AVIONICS CO.,LTD.

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Daniel, thanks, I had not seen them. Added.

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I do not know if anyone has mentioned Yitu before, but they are also, now, in entrant into this particular market:

Feeling the heat - IAG

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Hi John,

We want to see more discussions, articles or test about Sunell products :). When you need any device, you want to test, Sunell will gladly send it to you.

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Robert, thanks. Added. It's been years since I heard about Cantronics...

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Uniview is going as far as direct messaging Facebook users in surveillance/security groups. As they stated, “we have the temperature machine.”

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Robert, lol, at least they are not literally calling it a corona cam, as some are!

We left them out but they are added now.

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An Israel news report says Anyvision is developing coronavirus cameras, screenshot of interface from the report:

We are not going to include them in the list yet but once we verify / get detail from Anyvision, we will.

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They can't even develop an app.

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Anyvision can't even develop an app

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This is another example of extreme stretching of the truth from Anyvision. "Identifying whether a persons high body temperature is due to illness or other factors"....how do they plan to tell why someone has a fever from a camera?? Reminiscent of Theranos.

I'd be amazed if somehow they pivoted this quickly and are able to detect a high temperature period.

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again, they couldn’t develop an app

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Update: Anyvision has responded to us, saying:

We are in R&D phase of a system to detect fevers on people who walk within the field of view of thermal cameras.

Our research team is currently evaluating multiple sensors and training our algorithms to determine if indeed the pairing of a thermal camera with our software is a viable and reliable method for fever detection. There have been several articles on this topic, but these publications were based on our work with early design partners to collect data.

AnyVision has not yet released a fever detection capability, and any release of a product will be preceded by extensive testing and conclusive data.

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UVEye is also boasting fever detection through a car window at 60 MPH. Don't know how feasible that is, but if it works, it would be a real game changer.

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I added Altoros, hat tip Don.

This is one hell of an amazing offer. This is a US company that describes itself as using "cloud automation and transformation, blockchain implementation, and AI integration."

They call it a 'fever screener' that does 'advanced fever screening':

Crazy...

They have a brochure but no photos of the product or the user interface, it does make claims similar to Sunell:

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We've added five more:

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WBOX. Enough said.

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Last week, it was briefly posted on ADI's site but removed since, screencap of it below:

Presumably, at some time in the near future, it will be reuploaded and we will get more details.

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Update: ADI told IPVM they are not releasing the W-Box unit at this time. We'll track and update if or when they do.

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You still need to add Yitu to this list.

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Yitu is using Dahua oem in their lower end solution and Sunell oem(panda ears and nose removed).

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But since both their oems have issues with their compensating algorithms in people with fever,we doubt the accuracy of both options.

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Some US integrators are marketing a video from Hikvision Europe for Fever detection. That means they can probably purchase in the US. Hik selling under the table?

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Isn't the US Hikvision ban for Government use only? As a private company I don't think that these restrictions apply, so it isn't entirely operating "under the table". I would be more concerned that the underlying idea of being able to do this is far from proven. Accuracy has to be very high and it discounts the idea that over 50% of individuals who have Covid-19 are asymptomatic, so they have no elevated temperature.

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Cobalt Robotics is now offering this:

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Temperature Checks: It’s well-known that this isn’t a panacea; upwards of 25%+ of COVID-19 cases are asymptomatic. However, temperature checks have quickly become a standard duty of care in the US (e.g. Amazon) and abroad. At the very least, they reinforce self-quarantine guidelines & drive behavior change.

Our robots already possess FLIR thermal cameras, and we are working with our partners at FLIR to enable robust, automated temperature checks. The thermal sensors are a critical component of temperature checks, but in speaking to security directors, it’s abundantly clear that most operational workflows around temperature checks are ill-conceived or ill-defined. Having a security officer perform these checks is risky, costly, or both. Cobalt’s robots can perform these checks in a cost-effective manner while providing other key benefits: automated identity management using robot-mounted access control, logging & audit trails, remote security officers or HR representatives for customer assistance, and 100% enforcement.

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Does anyone have any further information, other than the claims made in their advertising literature, with regards to the offering from Bolide?

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This is a lot of options.. it’s hard to keep up with what is currently being marketed vs reasonably reliable for non medical pre-screening and actually available to purchase with reasonable lead

Is it possible to narrow it down to top 5 camera/solutions that are:

-under 15k dealer cost (or close, obviously less expensive the better)

-available in less than 4 weeks on PO (again shortest ETA possible, as availability is going to determine what to sell)

-reputable brand

Or maybe that is not feasible at this point in time

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I'm writing a detailed report with a compare and contrast chart for features, specifications, requirements, product capabilities, and pricing. It will include current availability, although stock changes daily.

I should be finished by the end of the week. Email me if you want a copy of my findings: ray@customvideosecurity.com.

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Bear in mind that any EBT camera that meets all of those requirements is probably prioritizing sales to medical customers right now so the 4 week lead time is highly unlikely for most of us.

I think that what this realistically means is that we can wait for IPVM to get test units and publish their findings. I'm pretty sure they will not be sitting around whistling when they get their hands on a unit :)

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I just added Mediocre Medical to the list. I can't believe I wrote that. I give up...

No idea who these people even are. That site has a San Antonio phone number. They are somehow connected with IrisThermalScanner.com, a website that was just created on March 9th. Both domains are privacy protected, not a good sign for credibility.

This is literally an excerpt from their website:

Medicore strives to provide effective solutions for some of the most severe and prevalent medical issues that plague us today. Cardiovascular Disease – the number 1 cause of death worldwide, Breast Cancer, widespread viral contagion and more can be addressed, and possibly even prevented, through the use of our unique resources. [emphasis added]

This is a troll or something, right? A setup to see if IPVM is sleeping?

They say they are affiliated with A Korean company:

Medicore Medical is not a manufacturer, we are the U.S. Representatives for Medicore Co, a South Korean Manufacturer of highly specialized Medical Devices.

Here is a picture of their product:

They claim to only be making a 'very slim profit margin' selling at $17,500, which is easily stretching the definition of the word 'slim' a lot, excerpt below:

Fever Screening System Pricing

The Proprietary IRIS-Q Fever Screening System complete package: $17,500.00.

For orders of over 10 we offer a $1000 discount per unit. For orders over 20, there is a $1500 discount per unit. We have been trying to keep a very slim profit margin on these devices, to make them as available to others as possible. It is our intention to do all we can to help stop the spread of this virus.

Payment: We require 50% payment upon placing the order and balance payment on day of shipment.

On the positive side, they do have some detailed videos here.

If anyone has any idea who they are, let us know.

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Is it Medicore, or Mediocre? I mean, it's probably pretty important to their brand that the spelling is correct.

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I'm sure that, in this case, "mediocre" medical was a slip of the keyboard :-) and in no way reflected actual thinking.

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Interesting, the video seems to suggest that it is "designed for the human body 14.5 - 40 degrees C" I can only assume at the former temperature you are identifying a corpse at ambient surroundings. Since the range for humans is 36.5 - 37.5 degrees C, perhaps a little warmer for children.

Well, I will stand corrected, from Wikipedia:

"24–26 °C (75.2–78.8 °F) or less – Death usually occurs due to irregular heart beat or respiratory arrest; however, some patients have been known to survive with body temperatures as low as 14.2 °C (57.6 °F)."

I have to assume with the benefit of, perhaps major, medical intervention.

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Amazon reported to be deploying Thermal Cameras within their facilities: -

Exclusive: Amazon deploys thermal cameras at warehouses to scan for fevers faster - Reuters

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Numatic Engineering is another Sunell relabeller, but they are now claiming up to 45 targets at once:

I could not find it on their website but someone forwarded me an email newsletter they sent out.

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Added Emitted Energy, now up to 51 companies.

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Added Smart CT Solutions (Athena) and Kentix which offers a wall-mounted device where you look down, take off glasses and it scans your inner canthus:

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Added 3 more: Flexible Systems (Sunell relabeller), Meridian (personnel management kiosk) and CrowdRx. CrowdRx is particularly interesting because it is run by a team of doctors.

Here is a picture of the UI of the unit:

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And another one of the front of the camera:

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Visually unlike any other I have seen so far. Thoughts?

We will contact them for more information.

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Is there a claim for temperature detection in crowds or while moving for the unit pictured above. Also it is being demonstrated outside?

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They are claiming outdoors but from the video they demonstrated in a line, not a crowd:

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That is an impressive throughput there John, compared to some of the other entrants in this market. That said I'd be concerned about environmental factors at work here.

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Geutebruck is missing from your list.

Additional analytics.

Protective measures concerning coronavirus

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a colleague was sent info on this one, I am trying to figure out who they are OEMing from: TTS-10 - Aurora Multimedia Corp. any ideas?

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I've never seen anything that looked exactly like that, but looking at their specs, there is a statement:

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GloryStar is a Shenzhen-based manufacturer of Android tablets, though they actually try to hide that on their site for the Tauri temperature screening tablet. They only show US, Switzerland, and Hong Kong offices there.

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Ethan, good point about their dubious 'locations'. To further that point, see the Google Maps result of their California, USA location below:

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Thanks Ethan and Joey for quick replies. Does seem a bit off.. Their website claims vs price also seem too good to be true. I am weary of overly aggressive marketing in this category.

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Good Day John

Im very happy to be a new member of IPVM. Lots of great information.

Please add to you list of temperature cameras a unit that's made in Germany, The Kentix SmartXcan MultiSensor. Although this is not a camera like the others, it is very efficient and measures the teardrops around the eye. They are repped by ABP International in Canada and USA .(www.abptech.com) I have ordered a few units recently and awaiting their arrival to test them out at my clients.

Stay safe, stay healthy

Warmest regards

Morty

Morty Pekar

Banner Technologies Corp.

Morty@BannerTechnologies.ca

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Morty, thanks, Kentix is added. We ordered a Kentix unit a few days ago but the company is saying they won't ship until the end of May. If you have any pull, tell them to ship it sooner, lol.

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Just got an email from a distributor for this one today:

Tauri Temperature-Check Tablets - Tauri Temperature-Check Tablets - Aurora Multimedia Corp.

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John,

Thanks for posting, we have been looking into Aurora/Glory Star Tauri Temperature Check tablets and will be posting a detailed response when we complete our findings.

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Amit, thanks. Viper is now added. They are a FLIR partner.

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Maxxess Unveils New Health Risk Management System - Maxxess Systems

They are talking about a "system" with fever detection but no details about the sensor.

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Acoba reached out to us today. Looks like they might be a Dahua relabel but that is from 30 seconds of internet research only. I'll leave it to my IPVM friends to verify if it is something that needs to be verified.

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Acoba is a French VSaaS, which offers their own AWS-hosted system, and "white label" or self-hosted VSaaS. They were founded in 2012 and list 33 employees on LinkedIn, primarily web development/engineering in Tunisia.

I agree that the couple camera images I was able to find look similarly to Dahua, but not enough to confirm.

Their marketing states "Partner with the largest camera brands like Hikvision, Dahua for embed Acoba software in their IP cameras" for direct connection to its cloud servers.

They list support for Hikvision, Dahua, and Axis, and DVR/ONVIF support using a gateway/bridge to AWS:

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Did they reach out to you about a Dahua-based "coronavirus fever" camera?

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Yes they offered three things to us: a handheld model similar to the FLIR EXX Series, a tripod option, and a Tablet option that looks similar to the ZKTeco SF1008+, not sure if they have a wiegand output though.

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Update: added IBM as they told us they are offering AI-based fever monitoring.

Also, added Hanwha but noted that they are in development and current products are not offered for fever monitoring.

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TKH Security looks to be re-labelling Sunell also

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#10, thanks, you are right, just announced 2 days ago:

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Added to the list.

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Added India's CP Plus, who is relabelling Sunell, black body with the ears, shown below:

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Added Fotric, China company marketing group detection:

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Here are Fotric setup videos from a US reseller.

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Added: Dubak Electrical Group DuThermX (Sunell relabeller).

Per LinkedIn, they are an Illinois based electrical contractor:

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They actually have their own in-house produced video unlike most other Sunell relabellers:

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Added Dotty 'Hot or Not' which uses a FLIR One Pro LT, this is the lower end of the Pro series, both of which FLIR says are not recommended for doing this.

Here is their marketing video which mostly shows FLIR:

We have reached out to FLIR for comment.

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Dotty has now reuploaded the video with all the FLIR references being blurred out, e.g.:

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9 days ago, FLIR did respond saying:

we haven’t authorized this app and it’s not in the app store.

We are currently evaluating the appropriate actions, but don’t have anything further to add at this time.

Presumably, Dotty's redone video is a reaction to FLIR feedback.

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Dotty is charging $100 per month, FLIR Pro One device purchased separately:

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They also added a prominent disclaimer that they are not a FLIR partner:

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How about RS Tech? Home | RS Tech

The Baptist Hospitals from Florida are using them.

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James, thanks. They are an obvious Dahua relabeller, they simply lifted Dahua's marketing and put their name on it:

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And lol, they smudged out Dahua's name on the diagram they took:

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Added to the list. Thanks.

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I just noted that they are using the DH-TOC-BF3221 thermal camera from Dahua.

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Has anyone tested/heard of Century's thermal/fever line? It looks like OEM (I've seen other products under different brands look identical) Specifically their HT300/600 cameras look like a Hikvision camera.

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Added Mercury Security and Facilities Management to the list, they are an Ireland based company relabelling Hikvision Thermographic Turret cameras.

They are marketing this for:

many places the Mercury TC1 can be used include shopping complex entrances, individual shop entrances, office blocks, Airports, Ports, Restaurants & Pubs.

They are using questionable images:

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Update, not to add to the list but ADT Commercial has a marketing brochure that's actually quite conservative and thought out to the FDA and legal issues involved:

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Thermal Imaging Cameras from Claro

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Brochure

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Igor,

I added them to the list, I was not able to identify the camera, but I found other vendors providing that camera system:

Provix has created covidcamera.com and has it specified for use with or without a blackbody: Specifications

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It is available to purchase on Alibaba.

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Update: Added IndigoVision who is relabelling Dahua.

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A few notable differences, their recommended installation is more conservative than Dahua and other relabellers:

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Also, they are marketing integration with their VMS (Control Center) and PSIM (Agora), e.g.:

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Recall, in March, Motorola reached a deal to acquire IndigoVision, however, it is not complete yet. Related, Motorola responded to IPVM's request for comment on Indigovision's temperature system saying:

Until the acquisition closes it's business as usual for IndigoVision and we will operate as separate entities. So we cannot comment on this.

I am curious to see how this plays out. On the one hand, fever camera sales are easy money for virtually everyone selling it right now. On the other hand, if, as planned, Motorola's acquisition of IndigoVision is finalized in the next month, this puts Motorola and IndigoVision's fever camera customers in an odd spot. We do not expect that Motorola, as a major US government supplier will be keen to keep a banned / sanctioned Dahua product in its portfolio. Also, Avigilon, as they have said before, is working on developing their own offering.

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I received a generic marketing email from Avigilon last week about security solutions for COVID-19 that included a paragraph stating:

"Our security-grade H4 Thermal cameras, coupled with a black body device as a reference point for determining base temperature, can effectively read the thermal signature of a person’s skin temperature to help detect fever symptoms at the workplace. This fever-detection technology will be available soon."

Has anyone heard what approach Avigilon is taking or have any additional details they can share about the product?

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Hi Scott,

Wanted to reach out and provide you with some information on Avigilon's Thermal Screening Technology. Due to the circumstances, we here at Avigilon are concentrating heavily on developing reliable Covid solutions. Here are a couple of links that dive into more detail.

Thermal Screening Technology

Covid-19 Resources

Feel free to reach out with any questions.

craig.vigen@avigilon.com

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Bolide OEM from Sunell

TKH OEM from Sunell and Hikvision

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Good spotting on the Bolide/Sunell. It appears Bolide replaced the factory sun shield, and added a new front facia:

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However, the spec sheet text is almost 100% identical:

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Ethics aside, I give Bolide credit for making it harder for people to tell. I also think it looks a bit more intimidating and might visually appeal more for people looking for a 'fever' camera.

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