Whitepaper: Test Protocols for Thermographic Fever Detection Systems

It isn't easy to tell the difference between a device that measures temperature and one that reports normal no matter what. In this report, we describe and demonstrate two simple tests that can be implemented easily (the first test requires an IR calibrator).

We have developed a third test for assessing whether your system could be thrown off by an important problem caused by local radiant intensity (does NOT require an IR calibrator). This test protocol is currently under review but is available upon request at

Fever Inspect: Brochure

Organizations are struggling to return to normalcy while mitigating the spread of COVID-19. Temperature screening is the best mass method for detecting a raised core body temperature, an indication of a viral infection. Learn more about how the easy to use Fever Inspect FIP-E automates core body temperature screening, serving as an early warning system.

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Fever Inspect: User Manual

Read through this simple user manual to get your new Fever Inspect FIP-E set up and operating. Once you have a temperature threshold setup, you can leave as-is for all temperature readings.

Fever Inspect Overview

What is different about Fever Inspect and how is it possible to do accurate fever detection, automatically? This presentation, from IPVM's new product show Oct 1, 2020, describes our focus, our technology and our offerings in detail.

Whitepaper: Risk Reduction

Many devices out in the market today do not deliver on what they promise, which is to get an accurate core temperature of a subject. With Fever Inspect FIP-E, you can get a core temperature (up to a few degrees Celsius) of the person within seconds, making it the most accurate device on the market today. Read this whitepaper to learn more about how this accuracy can actually reduce risk, unlike the many devices on the market that don't deliver what they claim.

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Whitepaper: ISO/IEC Standards

What should you be looking for, based on the ISO/IEC standards and thermal physics? This whitepaper lays out the science, what you should demand from your vendor and what your error budget is likely to look like

Live Test Demonstration

It is nearly impossible to tell the difference between temperature screening systems without an IR calibrator, so here we demonstrate our test protocol with a high-accuracy IR calibrator on two commonly available forehead IR scanners and our system. Bottom line, our system will accurately report temperatures from hypothermia to normal to mild, moderate, severe fever accurately, while the forehead IR scanners stay in a normal range the entire time.