ThermoHuman has developed a new solution for institutions that are looking for mitigating potential risks within their facilities from new virus outbreaks or critical situations like a pandemic
Elevated body temperature detection mitigate infection spread
Mercer J, Ring EFJ. (2009) Thermology International
83%-98% Covid-19 patients report fever
Del Rio C et al (2020) JAMA
Temperature measurements had sensitivity (90.0%) and specificity (80%) for mass fever detection
Nguyen, A. V., et al (2010) Emerging infectious diseases
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It is necessary to comply the standards that assure reliable, consistent, and comparable data.
Room temperature range of 18°C to 24°C
Relative humidity within 10% to 75%
To measure the temperature from the inner canthus region of the eye
International Standard IEC 80601-2-59, Medical Electrical Equipment- Part 2-59: “Particular requirements for basic safety and essential performance of screening thermographs for human febrile temperature screening, 2008
ThermoHuman has had the support of the Funds of the European Union and the Community of Madrid through the Operational Programme on Youth Employment. Likewise, ThermoHuman within the framework of the Export Initiation Program of ICEX NEXT, had the support of ICEX and the co-financing of the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF).
Thermohuman has received funding from the Centre for the Development of Industrial Technology (CDTI), in participation with the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), for the R+D activities involved in creating a new tool, based on thermography, for the prediction and prevention of rheumatoid arthritis. See project detail.