The Sentry MK4 is the gold standard in mass fever screening used exclusively at all Singapore and other international ports of entry, government hospitals, schools, commercial, financial and industrial facilities (200+ locations) and other countries including Australia.
The Sentry MK4 is also deployed around Asia and Africa, some funded by the United Nations High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR) and World Health Organisation (WHO). This system is recognised internationally in terms of capability, ease of operation and accuracy in detecting individuals with a high temperature. Besides audio alert, this unit can be set to auto record for 15 seconds when a febrile individual detected, or it will record in 24-hour loops if required.
AerAccess Health solutions are self-service kiosks providing a contactless body temperature scanner platform that makes the process a fast, seamless and intuitive experience. Individuals walk up to the unit which automatically adjusts to their height and takes a temperature reading within 2 seconds. The units can process up to 25 people per minute – about the same as walking pace. The process is unobtrusive and if the individual's temperature is elevated, indicating possible fever, the system alerts the supervisor. They can then test the person with a thermometer to confirm the reading and require them to seek medical attention.
This unit can also take an image and/or do facial recognition (meeting privacy requirements) and be combined with electronic entry systems.
The Sentry MK4 fever screening system is easy to set up at entrance points either on a pedestal or mounted on the wall or ceiling. The system scans incoming individuals from up to 7 metres in groups 3 metres wide. They don’t have to be single file and can be wearing masks.
The thermal imaging camera determines the skin temperature of all of the individuals within range to within ±0.1 deg C accuracy. A colour coded heat map is projected onto the monitor, identifying those with a temperature of 37.60deg C (mild fever) to 38degC (high fever) which shows red on the screen. A discrete alarm alerts the operator who can then approach the individual and discuss their condition.
Sophisticated detection algorithms accurately identify febrile (feverish) individuals. Auto-tracking helps with rapid identification. Depending on an organisation's protocols, the individual with fever symptoms may then be directed to have their core body temperature taken. For example, the operator or personnel could use an ear thermometer to confirm the initial reading. Alternatively they may be required to see their health practitioner before entering the building. The Sentry MK4 fever screening system is a rapid, efficient and non-invasive way to identify individuals who are likely to infect others in the workplace if they continued into the building. It is a proven way to keep your personnel, customers and community safe.
A decade of evolving fever screening technology and proven performance in 200+ locations in Singapore, Africa and Asia.
Accuracy to ±0.1 deg C and won't pick up non-human heat sources such as coffee cups or hot food being carried into the building.
Effortless system setup with minimum training. Can be easily incorporated into 24/7 operations without slowing pedestrian flow.
Multi-touch screen with intuitive user interface functionality.
Video recording option enabling post analysis of videos using 3rd party analytics software in a closed system to retain confidentiality.
Portable, compact and leading edge design so that it’s unobtrusive and not invasive or intimidating when fever screening individuals.
This fever screening technology has been proven over the past decade and continuously evolved to provide the most dependable, accurate and easy to operate system available internationally.
Singapore has been leading the world in the development of Mass Fever Screening Systems and in improving their performance and the leading status of the Sentry MK4 has been independently verified.
Developed in response to the SARS epidemic in 2003-2004, this system has been guarding Singapore's key national points of entry at airports including cruise ship terminals and border control areas. It is also in every government hospital as well as educational, commercial, financial and industrial facilities. It is now available in New Zealand.
The AerAccess Health systems are highly accurate (+/-0.2 deg Celsius) self-levelling body temperature scanner platform. Key features include removing the need for qualified personnel to administer temperature checks who would also be at risk of catching a virus. They also save significantly on potential PPE, training and potential decontamination.
The AerAccess Health Towers automatically adjust the infra-red thermometer scanner to the person’s height and are significantly more comfortable than having a temperature reader pointed at their forehead. They can be mounted on the wall or on a base and scan 1.5 to 2 seconds per person and up to 25 people per minute. The right solutions must be flexible and adaptable, non-intrusive and easy to deploy.
AerAccess Health solutions follow an intuitive 3-step process. The first is to screen and identify individuals who have a normal body temperature so they may continue to enter the building or venue.
The second step is to identify individuals who have a heightened body temperature, and encourage them to seek further medical attention.
In step 3 it's possible to repeat as often as required - the system can be set up to log readings over a period.
It’s important to note that high temperature readings from fever screening systems should not be solely relied upon to diagnose a viral infection. The readings need to be verified via secondary evaluation methods such as a clinical grade ear thermometer, to check actual core body temperature.
The detection range for response is adjustable up to 2 metres with measurement range 60-70 cm from the scanner.
The scanning height range is 100cm. For example, if the cabinet is installed 80cm above the floor, it will scan subjects from 110cm to 210cm.
The AerAccess Health cabinets are 250mm deep, 250mm wide and 1200mm in height and made from anodised aluminium; they weigh 32kg.
The towers consume a max of 250W in motion and 15W on standby with an operating voltage of 110V and 240V. Response time is 500ms on automatic align or manual align operating modes.
The ports provided are one Ethernet for back office integration and one Ethernet for manual control.
The AerAccess Health units can be deployed as standalone kiosks or multiple networked units linked to access systems or turnstile ticketing systems. Onboard biometrics with facial recognition can allow access or prevent entry depending on febrile status and pre-set access permissions.
The AerAccess Health system can be simply integrated into other platforms using Wiegand, F2F, OSDP and PAC.
Potentially linked systems include video surveillance, biometric access control and occupancy monitoring. By redefining traditional approaches to monitoring and identification using advanced artificial intelligence we can improve the user experience, reduce costs and dramatically improve security and safety.