Monitoring Station detects skin temperature.

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ThermaSTAT(TM) combines Omega(TM) infrared camera with WinSoft's self-calibrating software and hardware package. Portable system non-invasively images facial area of subject in real-time and automatically self-calibrates to ensure accurate skin temperature readings. Alarm alerts operator when reading is outside pre-set value. System includes desktop stand module or optional wall mount. It is suited for airport transit points, seaport boarding areas, or building entrances.

Original Press Release:

Indigo Systems' ThermaSTAT(TM) Skin Temperature Monitoring Station Shipping Now

July 31, 2003 - Goleta, CA - Indigo Systems Corporation announces that ThermaSTAT (formerly called ThermaSense), a temperature monitoring station for airport transit points, seaport boarding areas, borders, or building entrances, is now shipping with a new desktop stand module or optional wall mount. The Omega(TM) infrared (IR) camera from Indigo Systems is configured with WinSoft Corporation's self-calibrating software and hardware package, to meet the market demand for an affordable, complete, and highly-accurate skin temperature monitoring system.

The entire ThermaSTAT system is portable, self-calibrating, and after initial setup, can run continuously with few or no adjustments for temperature monitoring. ThermaSTAT non-invasively images the facial area of the subject in real-time and automatically self-calibrates continuously to ensure highly accurate skin temperature readings. When a subject registers a skin temperature reading outside a pre-set value, an alarm will trigger and alert the operator of the potentially abnormal condition. Most airline carriers today have regulations in place that state they will not carry a passenger with a body temperature of 37.5° C or above on any of their flights. A feverish passenger can be identified and directed to medical personnel for additional testing, isolation, and/or treatment.

Features of the ThermaSTAT system include intuitive user interface, uncompromising image quality and high-performance thermal resolution. Indigo's Omega is the smallest(1.35" x 1.45"x 1.90") and lightest (under 120 grams) infrared camera in the world and has an uncooled VOx microbolometer sensor, 14-bit digital output with a spectral response of 7.5 to 13.5 microns.

Indigo Systems Corporation (, based in Goleta, California, is a premier developer and supplier of advanced infrared cameras and components, covering the entire infrared spectrum including near-, midwave-, and longwave-IR. Since 1996, Indigo has provided IR cameras, software, and enclosure solutions for commercial, industrial, security, military, and R&D applications.

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