Recent weeks have brought us further implementations of the iS Gate which is a remote body temperature measurement system. What is more, the family of products operating within the system has been expanded. The system entered the market as a gateway with a sensor for temperature measurement. At that time we were the first manufacturer to offer the possibility of adjusting the gate to the width required by the customer. Our gate already was distinguished by the fact that its width allowed smooth movement for people on wheelchairs, which is impossible in the case of the most popular products imported from China.
Currently, the iS Gate product range has been extended with iS Monolith and iS Box. We have undertaken this step to meet the needs of our customers and the requirements we have received by listening carefully to the market.
iS Monolith is a scaled down version of the iS Gate. The temperature sensor is placed in a high quality and durable aluminium case. Thanks to its subtle and aesthetic shapes it can be successfully used in places with space limits. Where the gate turns out to be too big and slighty daunting, iS Monolith will be a perfect solution.
For those who value minimalism, the iS Box will work best. It is the smallest member of the family – neat, lightweight, and can be used in any kind of office.
First Deployments of Remote Temperature Gateway The iS Gate Remote Temperature Gateway is gaining ground.
The first user of the contact-free temperature measurement system, supported by iS Box, was the Provincial Headquarters of the State Fire Service in Rzeszów. The initial concept assumed the use of iS Gate but the place where it would be placed did not allow for its safe installation. The place was a staircase where the space was limited by the already existing access control system (gateways). Firefighters were looking for a small device that could provide full functionality. Primarily, it was about the function of informing in real time about a case of detecting a person with an increased body temperature. This information had to reach a person working in the reception area of the building, far from the place of reading. The iS Box reader was created with such exceptional situations in mind. Thanks to its lightweight, the iS Box can be installed directly on the wall, and its small size allows for a quick change of the target location if necessary.
We came across a similar situation in Dukla. The Municipal Office was considering buying a temperature measuring gate, but the corridor in which it was meant to be installed did not offer enough space. Installing the gate would make it excessively difficult to move around the building of the Office. The ideal solution in that case was iS Monolith. The device does not block the passage in any way but at the same time it is remains clearly visible, which is necessary for it to proper functioning. An important advantage of the solution proposed by InfoSoftware is its mobility. For the time of the Municipal Council meetings, the iS Monolith measuring device can be easily moved to the vicinity of the meeting room where it is needed at the given time. The change of location does not affect the effectiveness of remote measurement reading at the reception desk of the Office.