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There is a major difference between Elevated Skin Temperature (EST) and Elevated Body Temperature (EBT), of which the FDA thermographic system recommendations issued on 4-17-2020 identify through the IEC 80601-2-59:2017 global standard that the only accurate method to measure human body temperature is the "Interior Canthus" or tear ducts near the bridge of the nose, (EBT), and states that ALL other methods (EST) are unreliable. Please watch our video to learn exactly what this means.
Most of us have had our temperature checked at the entrance to stores or medical offices or other locations where they are trying to guard against exposure to the coronavirus. A forehead thermometer is often used, or for larger numbers of people, an automated thermal imaging system is installed to scan the faces of several individuals at once. Nearly everyone that has used a handheld thermometer has a story about the inaccurate and unreliable measurements that they have experience with this method.
The market is being flooded with these systems and the problem with this method of measuring your temperature is that they often get it wrong.
Please watch our video above to learn why our system is different.