The FLIR Elara FR-345-EST is a fixed-mount radiometric thermal security camera that measures elevated skin temperature (EST) accurately without contact or the need for a reference temperature source. This system provides a safe and effective environment at high-traffic airports, stadiums, commercial buildings and manufacturing facilities to quickly asses skin temperature at access control points. The Elara FR-345-EST automatically guides to the part of the body that most closely correlates to core body temperature: the inner-canthus — or the inner eye of a human face — without sacrificing accuracy or the ability to maintain social distancing guidelines. The camera can serve as a stand-alone system without the need for desktop software or as part of a broader access control program designed to improve people flow for elevated skin temperature screening while simultaneously improving the accuracy of finding the inner-canthus. It also integrates with a variety of third-party video management systems, including FLIR United VMS, to enable fast integration within the existing security infrastructure to avoid adding risk to network IT security. The camera reduces setup time and calibration while improving real-time operator decision-making with on-edge analytics. It can also be customized to meet specific needs.