X.Labs, an innovator in public safety detection systems, announced today the signing of a product supply agreement with FLIR Commercial Systems. FLIR is the world’s largest and leading commercial company specializing in the design and production of thermal imaging cameras, components, and imaging sensors.
Since the COVID-19 pandemic has forced the closure of non-essential workplaces, schools and public venues, organizations are quickly adopting health and safety temperature screening policies and procedures to prepare for the re-opening of their buildings. X.Labs introduced Feevr thermal cameras in response to the need for an efficient, effective elevated body temperature detection device that allows the operator to screen for elevated body temperatures (EBT) in a crowd from a safe distance (while also practicing social distancing) with no human contact necessary in order to minimize risk of spreading infectious disease such as Coronavirus.
“We are seeing a clear and growing global demand for our technology,” said Todd Dunphy, COO of X. Labs. “This agreement will offer us the ability to work directly with our current Fortune 500 clients to fulfill their new orders and opens further opportunities for our technology.”
The response from those looking to adopt safety and security measures consistent with the recent FDA announcement regarding telethermographic devices & temperature screening, has allowed multiple businesses across the United States to take advantage of Feevr’s revolutionary software integrated Non-Contact Thermal Imaging solution. As a result, Feevr has been able to ship thousands of devices over the past 6 weeks as the safety and security of those essential workers on the frontlines has become a paramount priority for businesses across the country for safely screening individuals with a potential elevated body temperature (EBT) or fever.
Feevr thermal imaging devices have been sold since its introduction to the market in March of this year, helping many retailers open distribution centers and helping sports teams and corporations prepare for re-opening in a way that maintains the health and safety of their workforce, fans and visitors.