TIMCO Industries introduces Temperature Entry Access System

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With maritime companies looking to include temperature scanning among the access protocols for vessels, shipyards and other facilities, New Albany, Ind., based TIMCO Industries has introduced a new Temperature Entry Access System (T.E.A.S.).

The American designed and manufactured T.E.A.S. is a touchless, automated, infrared temperature scanner, with essential contact tracing and datalogging capabilities.

T.E.A.S offers vital precautionary measures for workplaces, and people in public places by measuring a person’s body temperature, without contact, prior to entry to an area.

The unit’s medical grade sensor records skin temperature from about 2 feet away, with results in 2 seconds. An elevated temperature, indicating possible illness, triggers an alert and enables quick protective measures. Alerts can be sent in real-time via text or email, and access could be limited or denied for further evaluation, or secondary screening… Temperature thresholds and protective measures are determined by each company’s specific health & safety protocol.

Additionally, T.E.A.S. offers optional customization to improve or integrate other functions, such as automating crew check-in/check-out, on/off vessel procedures, visitor tracking, foot traffic control in shipyards, and capacity monitoring on passenger boats. Interfacing with door entry systems, and attendance/ time clock management are other typical user customizations.

The T.E.A.S software is a secure Linux operating system. The danger of unwanted spyware that is a potential problem with similar foreign-manufactured temperature units, is not a concern for the spyware-free, U.S.-made T.E.A.S.

T.E.A.S. contains a built-in webserver to display images. Each scan is saved as an image file and accessible via network share, with the ability to send data to a proprietary cloud. A watermarked timestamp and temperature reading appear on each image.

T.E.A.S software is equipped with a calibration mode and comes standard with Power over Ethernet making the connection to the local network simple. While the technology is sophisticated, the purpose is simple; A versatile preventative measure tool for your community and crew’s safety.

With maritime companies looking to include temperature scanning among the access protocols for vessels, shipyards and other facilities, New Albany, Ind., based TIMCO Industries has introduced a new Temperature Entry Access System (T.E.A.S.). The American designed and manufactured T.E.A.S. is a touchless, automated, infrared temperature scanner, with essential contact tracing and datalogging capabilities.

T.E.A.S offers vital precautionary measures for workplaces, and people in public places by measuring a person’s body temperature, without contact, prior to entry to an area.

The unit’s medical grade sensor records skin temperature from about 2 feet away, with results in 2 seconds. An elevated temperature, indicating possible illness, triggers an alert and enables quick protective measures. Alerts can be sent in real-time via text or email, and access could be limited or denied for further evaluation, or secondary screening… Temperature thresholds and protective measures are determined by each company’s specific health & safety protocol.

Additionally, T.E.A.S. offers optional customization to improve or integrate other functions, such as automating crew check-in/check-out, on/off vessel procedures, visitor tracking, foot traffic control in shipyards, and capacity monitoring on passenger boats. Interfacing with door entry systems, and attendance/ time clock management are other typical user customizations.

The T.E.A.S software is a secure Linux operating system. The danger of unwanted spyware that is a potential problem with similar foreign-manufactured temperature units, is not a concern for the spyware-free, U.S.-made T.E.A.S.

T.E.A.S. contains a built-in webserver to display images. Each scan is saved as an image file and accessible via network share, with the ability to send data to a proprietary cloud. A watermarked timestamp and temperature reading appear on each image.

T.E.A.S software is equipped with a calibration mode and comes standard with Power over Ethernet making the connection to the local network simple. While the technology is sophisticated, the purpose is simple:A versatile preventative measure tool for community and crew safety.

T.E.A.S. offers optional customization to improve or integrate other functions, such as automating crew check-in/check-out, on/off vessel procedures, visitor tracking, foot traffic control in shipy...
 

T.E.A.S. offers optional customization to improve or integrate other functions, such as automating crew check-in/check-out, on/off vessel procedures, visitor tracking, foot traffic control in shipyards, and capacity monitoring on passenger boats.

 

The unit’s medical grade sensor records skin temperature from about 2 feet away, with results in 2 seconds.

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