Detecting Elevated Skin Temperature (EST) with FLIR, Convergint, and ASIS


May 13, 2020
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
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Can thermal cameras be used to detect a virus or an infection? The quick answer to this question is no, but thermal imaging cameras can be used to detect Elevated Skin Temperature. FLIR thermal cameras have a long history of being used in public spaces—such as airports, train terminals, businesses, factories, and concerts—as an effective tool to measure skin surface temperature and identify individuals with Elevated Skin Temperature (EST).

In light of the global outbreak of the coronavirus (COVID-19), which is now officially a pandemic, society is deeply concerned about the spread of infection and seeking tools to help slow and ultimately stop the spread of the virus. Although no thermal cameras can detect or diagnose the coronavirus, FLIR cameras can be used as an adjunct to other body temperature screening tools for detecting elevated skin temperature in high-traffic public places through quick individual screening.

Join Taylor Pasanello, Doug Greenwald, and Kevin McMullin from FLIR Systems & Convergint to learn how elevated skin temperature detection works – including a live demo.

 The presentation will include

  • How thermal sensing works
  • Detecting EST (Elevated Skin Temperature)
  • Best Practices (do’s and don’ts… EX: No hat and glasses!)
  • Live Demo of an EST device
  • Q&A with Convergint and FLIR


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