German Baltic Hotel selects DERMALOG for non-contact fever detection solution

27th May 2020 (Last Updated May 27th, 2020 13:57)

Baltic Hotel on the German island of Usedom has opted for DERMALOG's Fever Detection Camerato ensure safe operation amidst the ongoing Covid-19 global pandemic.

German Baltic Hotel selects DERMALOG for non-contact fever detection solution
DERMALOG’s Fever Detection Camera is designed to measures body temperatures quickly and accurately without contact. Credit: Markus Spiske on Unsplash.

Baltic Hotel on the German island of Usedom has opted for DERMALOG’s Fever Detection Camerato ensure safe operation amidst the ongoing Covid-19 global pandemic.

DERMALOG’s fever detection solution is designed to measures body temperatures quickly and accurately without contact.

Using sensor technology, the system measures body temperature within one second by scanning people’s faces. This can reduce the risk of infection spreading considerably in many areas.

It will display an alert message, if an increased temperature is detected.

The camera is claimed to have high accuracy and can measure temperature even from a distance of up to two meters. The temperature check also includes automated mask detection.

If a person enters the facility without wearing a mask, DERMALOG’ssystem will display a message informing the person that a mask is mandatory.

Baltic Hotel managing director Tim Dornbusch said: “The temperature check provides us with an easy way to check ourselves for fever and gives our guests a sense of security.”

The German Federal Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs suggested using of contactless fever measurements for ‘rapid clarification of suspected cases’, in its latest SARS-CoV-2 Occupational Health and Safety Standard.

Numerous companies and institutions have already put these recommendations into practice, the company noted.

DERMALOG’s temperature check is currently in use in over 50 countries in retail stores, offices, manufacturing halls, sports grounds, event locations and hospitals.