Scienscope Introduces Infra-Scope with Thermography Software


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Scienscope International, a leading American supplier of cabinet style micro-focus X-ray systems, introduces the all new Infra-Scope: a high-definition surveillance system using facial recognition and high-temperature alarm.

The Infra-Scope has an alloyed casing that makes it ideal for indoor/outdoor placement. The 1080P high-definition surveillance system offers intelligent face recognition, able to sensor up to six people, even when wearing a mask.  The high-temperature alarm can detect high body temperatures.

The highly accurate, no-contact Infra-Scope allows people to get back to work safely and securely. With easy setup and ease of use, the Infra-Scope supports up to 1080P and has an integrated 16G SD card.

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