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Amazon equips warehouses with thermal imaging cameras to identify sick employees

Many large companies already use thermal imaging cameras to control the temperature of their employees. In particular, Intel.


Amazon, the largest online store, has started a company to install thermal imaging cameras in its warehouses. This is done to identify in time workers with elevated temperatures who may be infected with coronavirus. This was reported by the company's employees.


Now to control the temperature at the entrance used thermometers. The use of thermal imaging cameras is more appropriate, as they allow to speed up the process of measurement, and give more accurate results. There's also no need for close contact with employees during temperature measurement.

Cases of coronavirus infection have already been reported among employees at more than 50 Amazon warehouses in the United States. This has prompted some workers to leave their jobs and unions have urged Amazon to close the buildings.

In France, Amazon had to temporarily close six order processing centres.

Many large companies are already using thermal imaging cameras to control the temperature of their employees. In particular, Intel.

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