How does Scylla help my business?
All it takes is just one person infected with COVID-19, and the results can be catastrophic. Identifying those individuals who have had direct contact with the infected person is critical. Scylla Thermal Screening, Contact Tracing Module, when connected to an organization network video surveillance system, can help identify any individuals who have had direct contact with the infected person, helping to mitigate further spread of COVID-19.Get a quote
Customer success stories
Scylla Thermal Screening was deployed at various locations of Oman Airports in Oman. The objective was to run temperature checks at the entrance of the facility. The thermal scanning process was expected to be hassle-free, non-contact, and fast. The system was adjusted to the requested alerting/reporting flow.
Scylla Thermal Scanning AI technology was deployed at Legrand facilities in Mexico. The goal was to accurately measure employees’ temperature at the entrance when they report to their duties at the facility. The thermal screening process was required to be non-invasive and fast. The system was integrated with the local attendance reporting system and adjusted to the requested alerting/reporting flow.
The idea is to utilize cameras that have large scale overview on public areas for social rules violation detection enforced by COVID-19 pandemic. Cameras of UAVs, installed on helicopters as well as solid mounted on tall buildings surveying large open air areas are to be used for non-compliance detection. The corresponding alert is to be sent to relevant authorities to take preventive actions. People without facial masks (in places where face mask usage is mandatory in open air) as well as obeying social distancing rules are detected in real-time.
Elevated body temperature detection
Social Distancing violation detection
What experts say about mitigating COVID-19
Social distancing should be practiced by all individuals to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Food & drug administration
Fever is the most common symptom among mild to moderate cases of COVID-19.
US Center of disease control
Anyone with a temperature at or above 100.4 should avoid making contact with others.
Health & Human Services
The utilization of a facemask and eye protection helps individuals from touching their face.