Manchester Chamber of Commerce have showcased the successful launch of the Halo Shield System.
The Chamber of Commerce is the largest accredited Chamber of Commerce in the UK with more than 4,500 members.
They reported on the successful launch of the Halo Shield body temperature measuring system – and how it was being deployed to get businesses back to work.
The Halo Shield uses a high-tech thermal imagery camera unit equipped with artificial intelligence which rapidly scans individuals as they pass.
Anyone with an elevated body temperature, of more than 37.8 degrees, will trigger an alarm, allowing clients to enforce their own Covid-19 safety measures.
The system was designed and built by Manchester Chamber of Commerce member Red CCTV and launched in the summer of 2020.
Red CCTV Managing Director Rob Kennedy, said: “We are very proud of the Halo Shield System and delighted to think we can help protect fellow Manchester businesses.
“We have proved that it is possible for businesses to get back to work safely, providing they consider the problem and work with it.
“Technological solutions such as the Halo Shield, combined with sensible precautions have proved we can continue to work, even in the face of a pandemic such as Covid-19.
“The Halo Shield System is an exciting range of products designed to keep people safe and get Britain back to work.”
Red CCTV are proud members of the Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce.
The Chamber, located in Manchester City Centre, has members across ten local authority areas.
They lobby on behalf of members and are recognised as being the voice of the Greater Manchester business community.
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