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Aurora’s Tauri Temperature-check Tablets provide a simple method of screening large numbers of people for raised body temperature, a potential indicator of infectious disease, before access to airports, train stations, factories and other public places.

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Aurora’s Tauri Temperature-check Tablets provide a simple method of screening large numbers of people for raised body temperature, a potential indicator of infectious disease, before access to airports, train stations, factories and other public places.

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Body Temperature Screening Solution

Aurora TAURI Body Temperature Scanner

Aurora Multimedia’s TAURI Temperature-Check Tablets provide a 1 second no-contact temperature scan from 1m with +/- 0.3°C accuracy (+/- 0.5°F).

To ensure that individuals entering a location are not running a high temperature, Aurora introduces the new infrared temperature sensor/detector. It provides alerts when a person is running a high temperature within 1 second. The system uses an advanced algorithm for detecting and calculating heat signatures. Based on technology developed in Germany, the highly accurate sensor measures with a tolerance of +/- 0.3 degrees Celsius (+/- 0.5 degrees Fahrenheit).

With the addition of Aurora’s ReAX control engine, the TAURI Temperature-Check Tablets can be integrated with other building services such as access control.

Add an extra layer of protection to your facility and help protect your most valuable assets – your human assets.

 

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FAQs

Q: How accurate is the infrared sensor?
A: +/- 0.3 degree Celsius.

Q: What is the scan distance?
A: 0.5 to 1 meter.

Q: What is the temperature detection speed?
A: 1 second.

Q: How many people can it detect one time?
A: 1 person can be scanned at a time.

Q: Is there an option to store the data of people checked? If yes, how far back?
A: Currently no. This will be a future option.

Q: Is the unit able to detect people of different heights (e.g. children, adults 3′ to 6.5′)?
A: There’s a visible sensor and a camera that will show your face on the LCD screen. Within the effective scanning range, the sensor
should pick up the face, though in extreme cases the tablet might need to be adjusted.

Q: Are there any data/tests available regarding the accuracy of this unit?
A: The accuracy is at 0.3 degree Celsius which is provided by our component manufacturer located in Germany. For the past few
months this module has been implemented with projects for access control.

Q: Can the sensor be affxed to a door, away from the tablet that collects data?
A: The sensor must be connected to the tablet at this time.

Q: How does the alert message work? Are there display and sound alerts?
A: On the display screen, it will show the person’s face and current temperature. If it senses a temperature higher than what has been
set as normal, the tablet will show red and emit an alert sound.

Q: Will the system detect objects and/or animals?
A: The system is designed to only detect people.

Q: Does the temperature sensor need to be calibrated?
A: No, the sensor is initially calibrated at the factory and will auto-calibrate once deployed.

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Important Notice

The TAURI Temperature-Check Tablets are designed to detect temperature anomalies. It’s important to understand there are many factors, including environmental and physiological that can impact a person’s surface temperature reading. Skin surface temperature vs actual core body temperature may differ either way. The TAURI Temperature-Check Tablets must be operated in accordance with the manufacturer’s user guide. TAURI Temperature-Check Tablets are not intended nor designed to diagnose or detect medical conditions including, but not limited to, viruses or other illnesses. The TAURI temperature-check tablets should only be used to detect variations in surface temperature. In the event that an elevated skin temperature is detected, the subject should be advised to check temperature with an approved medical thermometer and the finding confirmed. Absence of an elevated skin temperature does not preclude a fever.