Aurora Multimedia introduces the next generation temperature tablet manufactured in Morganville, New Jersey named TAVIS, Thermal Audio Video Integrated Solution. This fully equipped temperature tablet offers 5x resolution of other tablet brands adorning an 80×64 thermal sensor.
TAVIS offers the latest technology with the most accurate temperature measurement by “Close Range Canthus (tear duct) scanning.” The fast speed increases throughput in high volume facilities with less than 1 Second with 2 Person Scanning with a high level of accuracy, unlike the inaccuracies of “grouping efforts” made by other brands. One cannot scan “objects” only people as Aurora thought of that too by building in anti-spoofing!
TAVIS is a touchless solution as questionnaires can be answered by head and/or hand gestures. Accessories are detected as well such as a mask and eyewear. TAVIS can also store facial images for recognition locally or it can be centralized.
Advanced digital signage prediction features age, gender and other identifiers are offered and the TAVIS units are adaptable to its locale, whether its landscape or portrait mounted, newly designed desktop model stand or the newly designed floor stand and it can be mounted on the wall. Black/White options are available too. Additionally, TAVIS is fully customizable with the free drag-and-drop ReAX Core Studio software.
Need further customization? The box kit version allows you to design custom kiosks in your environments. It can be used with ANY size display.
Aurora continues to stay on the cutting edge, providing products to help the community automate processes in a healthy, sanitary, and safe manner during any infectious crisis and well beyond!
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