Alabama Schools Million Dollar Hikvision Fever Camera Deal

By | August 13, 2020

Fever Detection Camera Deal

Reported by IPVM Aug2020 — By: Sean Patton and Charles Rollet, 

The Baldwin County, Alabama public schools purchased a $1 million, 144-camera Hikvision thermal system to screen fevers at dozens of its schools when reopening tomorrow.

However, there is no indication blackbody devices will be used or that, more generally, FDA/international fever screening guidelines will be strictly followed. Instead, both school and integrator have touted violations of said guidelines, like screening 30 people at once or placing cameras directly at entrances with no chance for an adjustment period.

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