Scylla AI works on thermal cameras enabling continuous and non-invasive skin temperature monitoring. It impressively boosts hardware-claimed accuracy by implementing AI-powered statistical analytics.Book a demo
How it works
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Bi-spectrum cameras provide thermal radiometric raw data to the AI-powered Scylla Thermal Scanning module.
If the camera cannot take the measurement (for example, a person’s wearing a headgear covering the whole face), Scylla sends an alert.
Skin temperature of each individual who enters the view of the camera is being measured multiple times. Scylla takes into account the average temperature measurements for all the visitors and compensates for possible fluctuations during the day.
When enabled, the Scylla Thermal Screening module also checks if the person is wearing a face mask. In cases when a mask is missing, an alert is triggered. Additionally, Scylla Face Recognition module can be used to personalize the alert and forward it directly to the person who is violating the rules.
The system uses automatic self-calibration based on smart statistical analysis that encounters possible fluctuations during the day and adjusts the values accordingly.
What makes Scylla Thermal Screening stand out
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Enables non-invasive and no contact thermal scanning
AI-powered self-calibration for improved accuracy
Automated web and mobile app alerting
Smart targeting for more accurate skin temperature readings
Сentralized deployment architecture