Therm-App MD Pro Mobile Thermal Imaging Device for Elevated Body Temperature Measurement
In 2003, OPGAL was first to market thermal imaging cameras to measure airline passengers’ skin temperature when passing through SARS-affected regions. People exhibiting elevated skin temperatures may have a fever and can be isolated for further evaluation to determine the cause. Similar quarantine procedures may help minimize the spread of the Corona Virus outbreak.
This product is not a diagnostic tool. It cannot detect if an individual is sick – only if they have elevated body temperature. You should check a suspected individual with a medically approved measurement method – such as a thermometer.