Will Scanning for Elevated Temperatures Really Become a Prerequisite for Doing Business?: Business Casual

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As a response to the spread of the novel coronavirus and the ensuing COVID-19 pandemic, many operations have turned to elevated temperature scanning solutions to provide a screening method for their physical gathering spaces.

While the technology seems like a no-brainer on the surface, is it as beneficial as it sounds?

In some cases, handheld scanning still puts employees at risk. Further, the process is tremendously inefficient.

However, there could be a way forward.

Companies have turned their focus toward integrated solutions that combine with contactless kiosks and robust security systems and strategies, providing a path toward more meaningful and lasting solutions.

On this episode of Business Casual, hosts Voice of B2B Daniel Litwin, Tyler Kern and Taylor Bagley explore whether temperature scanning will actually become a brick-and-mortar mainstay, how these systems might have multiple functions, and more.

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