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Southern Manufacturing & Electronics

Farnborough, Hants(GU14 6XL)

11/02/2020 - 13/02/2020

Southern Manufacturing and Electronics is the most comprehensive annual industrial exhibition in the (more)

Industry 4.0 Summit

Manchester Central Convention Complex(M2 3GX)

31/03/2020 - 01/04/2020

The UK’s leading conference gathering of senior level executives from the UK manufacturing industry (more)

UKIVA Machine Vision Conference 2020

Marshall Arena, Milton Keynes(MK1 1ST)

14/05/2020

Vision solutions have been applied in almost any industry you can think of. Food, beverage, pharmaceutical, (more)

PPMA Show 2020

NEC, Birmingham(B40 1NT)

29/09/2020 - 01/10/2020

PPMA Show 2020 is the UK’s largest ever event dedicated to state-of-the-art processing and packaging (more)

Advanced Engineering 2020

NEC, Birmingham(B40 1NT)

04/11/2020 - 05/11/2020

The UK's largest annual advanced manufacturing trade show, Advanced Engineering is your opportunity to (more)

Thermal imager fights the bird flu threat

Thermal imager fights the bird flu threat A tried-and-tested thermal imager from Land Instruments International for monitoring the temperature of the human body can help minimize the global public health risk posed by highly pathogenic avian influenza (bird flu). The company developed its Human Body Temperature Monitoring System (HBTMS) in response to the need to restrict the spread of the deadly SARS outbreak in 2003, and it was used successfully for mass screening in public places such as airports, ports and terminals. Such precautions are in line with the warning about bird flu issued by the World Health Organization, which has called for heightened monitoring and surveillance of cases and welcomed initiatives on epidemiologic investigation. Easy to set up and operate, HBTMS is non-invasive and can assist in monitoring and detecting a significant rise in the skin surface temperature (usually the face), which is typically associated with a person running a high fever.
 

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