As such, it certainly works, at some level, but how well does it work to detect fevers (or as they market it 'elevated skin temperature detection')? And what does Dahua do to estimate human temperatures?
We bought and tested the Dahua system. Inside this report, we explain:
Dahua's 'confidential' 'compensation algorithm' and the practical impact of this controversial technique
How Dahua delivers such 'accurate' readings even under bad conditions
How Dahua misses 'elevated skin temperature' detections
How software setup impacts performance and measurements
How Dahua's engineering recommendations conflict with Dahua's sales and marketing