How IoT Technology Is Helping Businesses Get Back to Work Safely

As organizations begin re-opening, customer and employee safety is more important than ever. IoT technology like thermal imaging, contact tracing, access control and social distance monitoring can help protect anyone sharing a physical space.

By using sensors to monitor critical information about anyone entering a building, like body temperature or physical distance, these solutions can help mitigate risk in a non-invasive way. Many of these systems send automated alerts to a targeted set of users, eliminating manual screenings and reducing the number of dangerous bottlenecks at building entrances and exits.

Listen to this episode to learn:

  • The role that IoT technology is playing in helping businesses reopen safely
  • How thermal imaging technologies are helping organizations everywhere mitigate the risk of illness in the workplace
  • Best practices for selecting a thermal imaging solution and implementing a screening protocol
  • Which new IoT technologies are on the horizon as part of a “back-to-work” blueprint


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Sirius, Dell Technologies, HPE and Intel are working together to deliver a number of solutions powered by the Internet of Things (IoT) helping to bring people back to work. These solutions utilize Intel® Core™ and Intel® Xeon® processors to provide high-performance computing power (HPC) for intense compute workloads, allowing technology like thermal imaging solutions to process immense volumes of captured visual data for greater speed, accuracy and reliability. Learn how our experts can help integrate back-to-work solutions like these into your business and allow you to bring customers and employees back into shared physical spaces.

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