AITD Technologies, Inc. dba QuixScan is launching a line of AI Thermal Detectors aimed at keeping staff and patrons safe. QuixScan AITD-720 is a hands-free, touchless thermal scanning device that detects body temperature in under half a second.
QuixScan is a new AI Thermal Detector available as a wall mounted, desktop, or pedestal unit. Its amazing mask detection capability, and customizable temperature threshold settings make it ideal for offices, hospitals, retail, restaurants, schools, fitness centers, houses of worship, and much more… QuixScan products use a Linux based operating system with an easy plug and play setup over Wi-Fi or ethernet. Its user-friendly interface supports easy reporting complete with SMS and email notifications.
President, Edmond Khanian states, “QuixScan’s algorithm provides cutting-edge facial recognition and body temperature detection. These units can be used as a tool to follow the CDC guidelines, and offer confidence to staff and patrons entering your facility. We see many applications for these devices – including Education Facilities, Hospitals and Medical Facilities, Government Buildings, Corporate Offices, Houses of Worship, Correctional Facilities, Public Transportation, Fitness Centers, Hotels/Hospitality, Construction Sites, Sports and Concert Venues, Restaurants and Retail locations…literally any high-traffic public venue can benefit from these units.”
“This touchless system can be a stand-alone unit, or fully integrated into your access control systems, including security and employee time clock systems. We’re proud to bring an extra layer of protection for your facility and help protect your most valuable assets – your people. It’s user friendly and easy to install, and more importantly, it offers piece of mind with a broad reporting system complete with SMS and email notifications,” says Steve Gorski, Vice President.
QuixScan is available for purchase now. For more information about QuixScan, please visit QuixScan.com.
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