The self-service, fist-based temperature scanning system Feverwarn announced the launch of several integrations that allows the fever scanner to be integrated with the most popular forms of access control.
Baltimore, MD (PRUnderground) February 8th, 2021
As businesses across the country try to open their workplaces, the self-service, fist-based temperature scanning system Feverwarn, has gained tremendous popularity in schools, hospitals and factories. Among the many unique features that FeverWarn had from the beginning, was its ability to easily integrate with various auxiliary devices such as doors, kiosks, gates, scanners and employee tracking systems. Today Feverwarn announced the launch of an extended set of integrations that allows the fever scanner to be integrated with most popular forms of access control.
“With the release of FeverWarn’s new extended range of integrations that have already been tested in many customer situations, no other temperature scanner allows such easy interfaces with everything from automatic & magnetic doors, to card reader systems, entry gates and even visitor form applications,” said Conrad Bessemer, Co-Founder and Chairman of MachineSense, the manufacturer of FeverWarn. “Add to that FeverWarn’s ability to integrate with personal data on local private servers, and you have the most complete fever scanning system for enterprise use during the pandemic and beyond,” added Bessemer.
The complete suite of FeverWarn integrations covers Automatic Door Systems, Employee Entrance Cards & Scanners, Wiegand Card Reader Systems, Visitor Form Applications, Kiosks/Entry Gates, and the ability to store data on private servers.
“As our user base has grown with thousands of customers, so has customer feedback on various use-case scenarios and needs. We have responded rapidly to these customer needs by introducing such a wide range of integrations,” said Dr. Biplab Pal, Co-Founder and CTO of MachineSense. “Every new integration reduces the need for costly manpower to operate access control and makes FeverWarn a better choice as a temperature scanning system,” added Dr. Pal.
About MachineSense, LLC.
Headquartered in Baltimore, USA, with a software engineering office in Kansas City, Missouri and company-owned R&D facilities in Kolkata, India, MachineSense has developed a patented industrial IoT system for predictive and prescriptive maintenance of machines, using electricity and vibration analytics. The company builds Industrial IoT devices and platforms to improve human safety as well as man-machine interfaces. For more details, visit, www.machinesense.com.