In our FLIR A Series Test, the cameras' biggest drawback was their lack of face detection, requiring manual adjustment when screening each subject.
Now, FLIR has released Screen-EST, "efficient, accurate desktop software for performing skin temperature screenings in high-traffic areas", but how well does this software work?
We tested Screen-EST with a FLIR E95 handheld camera, examining:
- How does Screen-EST's face detection measurement compare to manual adjustment?
- How do glasses, hats, and masks impact measurement?
- Does screening work on the move?
- Which cameras integrate with Screen-EST?