About the AI-FDS

While other thermal imaging companies are still in developement stage, Middlepole is proud to be the first company to offer Australians an Artificial Intelligence (AI) Fever Detection Solution Now! 

The AI-FDS Fever Detection Solution is now available and we have stock in our office.

Australia has already made great strides in limiting the spread of the new COVID-19 Coronavirus. However people still need to go into crowded public areas for groceries and other essentials. In order to limit the impact of greater infection numbers whilst people are in public, the AI-FDS fever detection system will quickly and effectively identify people with an elevated skin temperature. A temperature above 37.5°C is a preliminary way to identify someone as potentially having the COVID-19 Coronavirus. Once identified, the person can potentially be retested or quarantined without delay, prompting them to immediately contact local officials.

The AI-FDS uses Artificial Intelligence (AI) to accurately detect the body temperature of a person’s forehead to within 0.5°C, ignoring for example a hot cup of coffee that a person may be carrying.

As the Australian Government shutdown is relaxed gradually over time, there are many locations where people will need to be in areas that can potentially turn into a hotbed of local social infection and outbreaks. We can see the AI-FDS being used in any number of potential sites including Shopping Centres, Council / Government Buildings, Public Transport Stations -: Buses, Trains, Small and Medium Businesses, Corporate Businesses, Strata Buildings, Residential Apartments, Factories, Educational Premises -: Schools and Universities, Health Care Facilities, Restaurants and Places of Worship. Places like these will all benefit from the presence of an AI-FDS fever detection system to quickly and accurately identify elevated skin temperature and therefore potentially COVID-19 infected people.

As well, business premises that choose to use a thermal camera will potentially be reassuring customers that this public place is doing all it can to ensure the well being of it’s visitors.This product does what none of it’s competitors are able to do, it’s easy to use, mobile and cost effective compared to comparable devices on the market.

The AI-FDS Fever Detection Solution is now available and we have stock in our office.

Please review this website carefully and consider how your having an AI-FDS on your premises will be helping your community minimise the spread of COVID-19 protecting visitors, shoppers and staff alike.

System Overview

The AI-FDS comprises of the following main components:

Thermal Camera: An infrared thermography camera to detect potential fever.

Touch Screen: An interface to display the thermography. The screen is used to do calibration and an inbuilt audio feature sounds an alert if a fever is detected.

Blackbody Calibrator: Used to calibrate the infrared thermography camera to enhance accuracy.

AI-Powered Human Recognition

The AI-FDS is an AI-powered solution so it’s able to recognize a human from the thermal image and thus measure the forehead temperature. An individual wearing a face mask will still be detected.

AI-FDS is capable of detecting multiple human temperatures. For optimal performance, it’s suggested that you allow only one person to appear in the field of view at a time.

Real-Time On-Screen Display

The AI-FDS continuously measures the temperature of human skin and any object that held by people passing by the AI-FDS’s field of view. Detection results are displayed on the screen in real-time.

Audio Alert on potential fever when body temperature is detected under 37.5°C, PASS will be displayed; otherwise RECHECK will be displayed and a sound alert will be sent for further examination.

watch the AI-FDS Camera YouTube clip

Latest News

Coronavirus disease ‘COVID-19’ is a type of coronavirus that caused a global outbreak. The disease causes respiratory illness and symptoms include pneumonia and bronchitis. It can be caught from viral particles and be detected through cough, difficulties to breath and fever. These symptoms can appear as far as 14 days after exposure.

It was first reported to the World Health Organisation (WHO) as a pneumonia of unknown cause in Wuhan, China on 31 December 2019. Further investigations led WHO to declare a global health emergency on 30th of January 2020. Prime Minister Scott Morrison activated an emergency response plan on 27th February as it entered a pandemic phase. On 12 March 2020 WHO declared COVID-19 a global pandemic.

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