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Thermal imaging helping to detect high temperatures in schools amid COVID-19

HOUSTON, TX – School districts are welcoming ‘Feevr’ a new source of technology originally created to detect concealed weapons will now take body temperatures in a no-contact thermal image.

Speeding up check-in processes the reader will be able to detect “if you have a skin temperature that’s above 98, which is equivalent to 100.4 body temperature, you’ll see a red box,” Todd Dunphy father of CEO Charlie explained.

Feevr is currently at work in over 50 school districts around the world.

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