As organizations are bringing more employees back into office and meeting settings, many are utilizing new technologies to screen people as they arrive, whether they are their workers or visitors. Among these technologies are thermal imaging devices that can be used to detect fevers. And while much of the attention has been on handheld devices, there are also thermal cameras that can be mounted at building entrances. The pros of such devices include that they’re able to take the temperature of dozens of people at once and that the scan the whole body or head. They also don’t necessitate the person administering the check to approach the person who is arriving. However, it deserves acknowledging that such systems are likely to be more expensive and probably require designating a person to monitor them. It should also be noted that overall thermal imaging can only detect skin temperature, not basal or internal temperature, which is the real indicator of fever. Read the article at Smart Meetings.