Help Stay Safe Without Slowing Down
Sharp recently launched LivMote, a non-contact, infrared thermometer designed to support businesses and schools as they work to safely reopen, through a hardware, cloud subscription model.
As businesses reopen, they face several challenges, including ensuring that they follow CDC and state guidelines to help keep employees safe. Not only is it important to enforce social distancing and provide personal protection equipment, but screening employees and visitors before they even enter the building has become paramount.
Organizations using LivMote can set up a daily health check questionnaire, which employees can access from their smartphone or PC prior to entering the workplace. After completing their health check, employees will then be prompted to undergo a no-touch temperature and/or face mask check. The temperature scanner automatically detects people in close proximity and begins the screening once the individual is confirmed via NFC, RFID or QR Code.
This system is completely customizable and can be used long after the Pandemic is over as a check-in for employees and visitors. It is cloud-based so there are no apps to be downloaded.