Visit us at Milipol Asia 2017. Come see our latest range of products, Ulysses II and the Sentinel. On show for the first time, our full range of uncooled LWIR camera modules and our latest cooled MWIR camera module. Show is on from 4~6 April 2017.
A research paper was recently published. The field trial involving Omnisense Systems Sentry MK3 was conducted sometime in Feb 2014. According to the paper, our Sentry MK3 performed very well in outdoor, tropical test condition. In our opinion, this finding is another validation of our Sentry MK3 performance claims. Abstract of the paper can be found on http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/26296847 [...]
Inauguration ceremony for the deployment of Sentry MK3 Mass Fever Screening Systems at Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport In their effort to boost national defence against the deadly Ebola Virus, Mass Fever Screening Systems are now installed in all 3 Bangladeshi international airports. Omnisense Systems Sentry MK3 has been selected in an international tender [...]
Several Sentry MK3s are currently deployed at IndoDefence. Hosted by Ministry of Defence, INDO DEFENCE 2014 Expo & Forum is recognized by the industry as the indispensable place to be, to learn, to network and to do business. For more information, contact Mr. Ben Heng.
Find out more about fever screening! Following numerous enquiries, we have complied some commonly asked question. We trust that you will find them useful. This list will be constantly updated. Contact us should you have further queries.
Build upon the success of our Sentry MK-II developed back in 2009. The Sentry MK-III has since revolutionised how mass fever screening are being performed. Our systems are deployed in virtually all local government hospitals, airports and seaports. They are also deployed in key government installations, places of entertainment and commercial/industrial buildings. Recently, our Sentry MK-III [...]
Temperature checks at Singapore’s Changi Airport began today for passengers arriving from the Middle East.The move is a pre-emptive measure by the Ministry of Health to facilitate early detection of the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV), and travellers found to have a fever will be referred to a designated area for further clinical assessment. [...]