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What to Look For in Temperature Scanning Sensors

There are a lot of temperature scanning solutions out there, and many look alike. Don’t be fooled. Just like any digital display, it’s important to ensure that the selection you invest in is reliable, and what’s running behind the curtain is critical. For integrators, there are two buyers: (1) those that buy off the shelf and ‘get a new one’ if it breaks, and (2) those that need something Enterprise-ready that also ticks the boxes on features they may or may not know about. Your best customer is the one that is committed to a quality solution, as anything you sign up to sell will eventually mean your neck’s on the line to support it, too. To make it easier to compare the myriad of options out there for your customers’ needs, here are the basic buckets of features and abilities to screen them against.

Reliability

Many of the temp sensors out there are produced in Asia, and the manufacturer matters. Ensure the people behind production are reputable, have history and can be counted on for support (and accountability) if any issues come up. Remember, the form factors you’re reviewing are new devices and we’ve gone from limited supply to abundant knockoffs in a handful of months. You will get what you pay for and, as with all emerging tech, there will be surprises. A reputable company will stand by you as any unforeseen kinks get ironed out.

Flexibility

If there’s one thing to count on right now, it’s change. We have seen workflows, policies, data and customization requirements revised as often as weekly. It’s imperative that you choose a nimble solution that can support frequent changes. It’s highly likely that your temperature screening sensor will need to integrate/configure with other adjacent technologies or access needs (think: building entry automation). Many workflows will also require you to customize the type of indicator alert (light, sound, message) or offer a private mode (mobile QR code or unique ID tied to a discreet result and storage). Not all sensors can support these needs, so select your options wisely.

Ease for the User

It’s important that interacting with the solution is as friction-free as possible. People don’t want life disrupted more than necessary, and no one wants a TSA experience just to enter a building. Some sensors have the ability to weave into workflows, or a mobile app that saves time and steps while also ensuring an optimal customer experience. Consider the desired workflow for managing the visitor or employee first, then make sure the sensor can make it happen.
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What to Look For in Temperature Scanning Sensors

There are a lot of temperature scanning solutions out there, and many look alike. Don’t be fooled. Just like any digital display, it’s important to ensure that the selection you invest in is reliable, and what’s running behind the curtain is critical. For integrators, there are two buyers: (1) those that buy off the shelf and ‘get a new one’ if it breaks, and (2) those that need something Enterprise-ready that also ticks the boxes on features they may or may not know about. Your best customer is the one that is committed to a quality solution, as anything you sign up to sell will eventually mean your neck’s on the line to support it, too. To make it easier to compare the myriad of options out there for your customers’ needs, here are the basic buckets of features and abilities to screen them against.

Reliability

Many of the temp sensors out there are produced in Asia, and the manufacturer matters. Ensure the people behind production are reputable, have history and can be counted on for support (and accountability) if any issues come up. Remember, the form factors you’re reviewing are new devices and we’ve gone from limited supply to abundant knockoffs in a handful of months. You will get what you pay for and, as with all emerging tech, there will be surprises. A reputable company will stand by you as any unforeseen kinks get ironed out.

Flexibility

If there’s one thing to count on right now, it’s change. We have seen workflows, policies, data and customization requirements revised as often as weekly. It’s imperative that you choose a nimble solution that can support frequent changes. It’s highly likely that your temperature screening sensor will need to integrate/configure with other adjacent technologies or access needs (think: building entry automation). Many workflows will also require you to customize the type of indicator alert (light, sound, message) or offer a private mode (mobile QR code or unique ID tied to a discreet result and storage). Not all sensors can support these needs, so select your options wisely.

Ease for the User

It’s important that interacting with the solution is as friction-free as possible. People don’t want life disrupted more than necessary, and no one wants a TSA experience just to enter a building. Some sensors have the ability to weave into workflows, or a mobile app that saves time and steps while also ensuring an optimal customer experience. Consider the desired workflow for managing the visitor or employee first, then make sure the sensor can make it happen.
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What to Look For in Temperature Scanning Sensors

There are a lot of temperature scanning solutions out there, and many look alike. Don’t be fooled. Just like any digital display, it’s important to ensure that the selection you invest in is reliable, and what’s running behind the curtain is critical. For integrators, there are two buyers: (1) those that buy off the shelf and ‘get a new one’ if it breaks, and (2) those that need something Enterprise-ready that also ticks the boxes on features they may or may not know about. Your best customer is the one that is committed to a quality solution, as anything you sign up to sell will eventually mean your neck’s on the line to support it, too. To make it easier to compare the myriad of options out there for your customers’ needs, here are the basic buckets of features and abilities to screen them against.

Reliability

Many of the temp sensors out there are produced in Asia, and the manufacturer matters. Ensure the people behind production are reputable, have history and can be counted on for support (and accountability) if any issues come up. Remember, the form factors you’re reviewing are new devices and we’ve gone from limited supply to abundant knockoffs in a handful of months. You will get what you pay for and, as with all emerging tech, there will be surprises. A reputable company will stand by you as any unforeseen kinks get ironed out.

Flexibility

If there’s one thing to count on right now, it’s change. We have seen workflows, policies, data and customization requirements revised as often as weekly. It’s imperative that you choose a nimble solution that can support frequent changes. It’s highly likely that your temperature screening sensor will need to integrate/configure with other adjacent technologies or access needs (think: building entry automation). Many workflows will also require you to customize the type of indicator alert (light, sound, message) or offer a private mode (mobile QR code or unique ID tied to a discreet result and storage). Not all sensors can support these needs, so select your options wisely.

Ease for the User

It’s important that interacting with the solution is as friction-free as possible. People don’t want life disrupted more than necessary, and no one wants a TSA experience just to enter a building. Some sensors have the ability to weave into workflows, or a mobile app that saves time and steps while also ensuring an optimal customer experience. Consider the desired workflow for managing the visitor or employee first, then make sure the sensor can make it happen.
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