June 5, 2020 | Source: bizjournals.com

G70 installs face temperature scanner in Honolulu office for Covid return

Architecture and planning firm G70 has installed the first commercial unit of a face temperature scanner in Hawaii in the lobby of its Downtown Honolulu office to allow contact-free temperature checks during the Covid-19 pandemic.

The scanner’s eight-inch display reads and displays a person’s temperature instantly in Fahrenheit or Celsius, allowing for a contact-free temperature check of an employee or guest in less than three seconds. the office, which could be of assistance should contact tracing be necessary.

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The temperature face scanner is part of Pacific Digital Signs’ Safe Workplace Solutions series of technology and tools to allow businesses to adapt to the current health guidelines under the Covid-19 pandemic. | COURTESY G70

The device is part of Pacific Digital Signs’ Safe Workplace Solutions series of technology and tools to allow businesses to adapt to the current health guidelines during the coronavirus pandemic.

“As design professionals, our focus is the built environment and how to make spaces not only aesthetically pleasing, but functional, safe and healthy,” Charles Kaneshiro, G70’s president and chief operating officer, said in a statement. “This kind of technology not only helps us maintain a safe workplace, but also logs each person in

Kaneshiro, who has been one of the few people to work in the G70 office during the pandemic while the rest of the firm works from home, said G70 is initiating other new protocols for people to return to the office, including physical spacing, work schedules and enhanced sanitation schedules.

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An employee approaches G70’s face temperature scanner in the lobby of its Downtown Honolulu office. The device is part of Pacific Digital Signs’ Safe Workplace Solutions series of technology and tools to allow businesses to adapt to the current health guidelines under the Covid-19 pandemic. | COURTESY G70

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