The free-to-use technology by Nissan.
PHOTO BY NISSAN
JAPAN – Nissan has announced it will allow free use of technology it developed to scan employees’ body temperature as part of checks against Covid-19.
Nissan developed its body temperature and health management system with the help of Computer Engineering & Consulting.
For employees who need to work onsite at Nissan facilities, safety and health measures such as hand disinfection and body temperature checks are required for entry.
As an enhancement, Nissan developed a system capable of integrated management of body temperature and health status and implemented it at a plant in Japan.
The system uses either a contactless thermometer or a thermo-camera to take measurements of employees’ body temperatures as they enter a facility.
The employees then enter basic information into a tablet device, which is then registered in the system automatically after authentication by ID card.
This reduces both the amount of information employees need to enter and data entry errors.
It also enables supervisors to manage accurate information on the body temperature and health status of employees, allowing the bolstering of measures to manage their health and prevent the spread of infection at the workplace. JHB/Expat Media
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