HIGIA is SENSIA’s advanced solution for reliable fever detection based on thermal imaging. This solution has been developed as SENSIA’s response to the SARS COVID-19 worldwide health crisis to help to mitigate its impact by reducing the number of infections providing early detection possibilities.
This new fever detection solution for intelligent temperature measurement of people is based on SENSIA's Redlook software. This screening monitoring tool allows to automatically detect and alert the person who stands out from the rest by an abnormal body temperature. HIGIA can be integrated with third-party control systems as access control systems for an additional level of security.
This system consists of three elements: a HIGIA thermal camera, a temperature reference pattern with calibration certification, and an interface for PC control and viewing through SENSIA's RedLooksoftware.
RedLook is implemented in SENSIA's line of fixed systems for 24/7 monitoring. This comprehensive monitoring system presents innovative capabilities assembled under a single control software.
Higia performance lets RedLook to enable exhaustive monitoring and real-time alerting. Our software is highly versatile, allowing to configure several Regions of Interest (RoI) within the area to be monitored. And to each one of them, any functionality can be assigned, granting a total and safe surveillance of the installation.
The HIGIA Fever Screening functionality of RedLook analyzes every subject's temperature and compares it to the previously specified threshold. If the subject's temperature is above the threshold an alarm is generated. This operation mode has been developed to operate according to the IEC 80601-2-59:2019 standard for infrared thermographs. One by one, each person shall stay in the specified position facing the thermal camera with the face completely uncovered. HIGIA will measure the temperature of the subject in the region medially adjacent to the inner canthus of each eye.
PERSON DETECTION MODE
HIGIA automatically detects every person (green rectangle) who enters in the field of view of the thermal camera and measures the skin temperature in real time. The ability of HIGIA to distinguish people from the rest of the elements in the screen allows to analyze only the temperature of each subject coming through avoiding false alarms due to other hot spots in the field of view such as heaters, lights, hot cups, etc. HIGIA does not provide person identification, so the identity of the evaluated subjects remains anonymous at all effects. HIGIA just identifies people from the rest of the elements in the image prior to the temperature measurement.