This directory provides a list of "Fever" scanning providers to help you see and research what options are available.
While the once-booming market is now busting, a vast array of companies are offering these products (mostly relabelling). The goal of this directory is to provide a single listing of options available.
While most manufacturers do not call them "fever" cameras, they are clearly being used to detect fevers and, in particular currently, as a symptom of coronavirus. However, these cameras are measuring skin temperature as a proxy that may or may not accurately reflect body temperature.
IPVM has tested, by far, the most "fever" / temperature screening devices in the world. The following is a listing of our tests to date:
Historically, thermal cameras have been a niche product, used for people and vehicle detection in border security, military, law enforcement, and fire departments. The number of manufacturers building thermal cameras is small, which has resulted in the rapid growth of relabelling/OEMing of a small number of cameras. The most common example is Sunell's Panda Cam:
This directory focuses on thermographic/IR thermal camera products.
Company listings include thermal product website links, Relabel/Partner designation, and link(s) to related IPVM reports and tests.
Thermal and Radiometric/X-Ray Manufacturers
These are companies that have been offering thermal for temperature screening or instrumentation for some time before the coronavirus outbreak: