Allied Universal is now offering distance screening solutions as companies continue to launch their ‘return to workplace' initiatives.
Allied Universal Technology Services experts are working with customers to design and implement the screening solutions that best fit their company's environment, requirements and existing security operations. The screening solutions include technology that connects artificial intelligence and human response to better protect people with accurate, real-time data and safer social interaction.
The comprehensive suite of distance screening solutions includes:
- Fixed and Semi-Permanent Thermal Screening Solutions — American-made, handheld, fixed and semi-permanent or fully automatic systems that use thermal imaging and data analytics as pre-screening solutions. These imagers and smart scan stations help prevent the spread of COVID-19 by detecting elevated body temperature.
- Robotic Solutions — Robotic distance screening solutions that combine the intelligence and reliability of robots with the personal problem solving capabilities of humans. The interactive robots perform access control, communications and screening functions with key functionalities that support COVID-19 protocols and social distancing guidelines.
- Kiosk Screening — Thermal checkpoint kiosk solutions provide screening accuracy. The camera and system were designed, calibrated and lab-tested to address the critical elements that skew temperature readings when deploying a thermal camera in environments typically affected by heat variances from open doors, drafts, heat and A/C ducts.
- Handheld Thermal Screening — Handheld imagers are calibrated to target the highest temperature reading on a person's face.
"With new and evolving COVID-19 guidelines, organizations in every industry are trying to determine how best to minimize risks and move forward," said Jim Geyer, vice president of sales, Allied Universal Technology Services. "With the right protocols, trained security personnel and technology solutions, organizations will be able to reduce their health risks at their facilities and continue to move their businesses forward."