A new hi-tech temperature device that can scan up to 30 people a minute is being trialled in Victorian businesses and a major Melbourne hospital.
The iPad sized thermal imaging device scans customers on their way into a store, letting off a beep if a persons temperature is too high.
Oliva Social owner Adam Cursio has started using the technology, developed by T-Scan thermometric body scanning solutions, at his bar in Preston. He said the contactless way of detecting temperature acted as an ex…
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