New technology

Pictured at a demonstration for new temperature monitoring technology from SACS Consulting are (left to right) Sgt. Jeff Cain, Ohio Army National Guard; Mark Penwell, Security Solutions, Inc., regional manager; Lynda Bowers, Lafayette Township trustee; and Tim Dimoff, SACS Consulting president/CEO.

AKRON – The first live demonstration in the USA of a new contactless body core temperature monitoring system was observed by law enforcement, news media, educators, medical and governmental officials and a representative of the National Guard in Akron March 24.

The impact of COVID-19 has been profound in all sectors of the United States, including transportation, schools, communities and businesses. Non-pharmaceutical interventions have included reducing contact, hand washing, disinfecting, wearing protective face masks, as well as temperature taking as a measure of potential illness.

"In a public safety effort, SACS Consulting, Inc., is introducing and providing live-demonstrations to the media and select organizations, the first Human Body Temperature Monitoring solution available in the United States," stated Tim Dimoff, president/CEO of SACS Consulting, Inc.

This mobile thermal imaging equipment can easily be deployed in environments such as airports, hospitals, clinics, assisted living/nursing homes, schools, houses of worship, courts and jails, fire stations, office buildings, financial institutions, cruise ships and any large public gathering location (any type of business, government or nonprofit organizations).

A few local figures were invited to the demonstration – Sgt. Jeff Cain of the Ohio Army National Guard, who is coordinating the National Guard’s support of Feeding Medina County, and Lafayette Township Trustee Lynda Bowers, who is director of the Ohio Township Association.

"Stay Healthy. Stay Safe," Sgt. Cain advised.

This technology is now available. Contact SACS Consulting, Inc. for further information, specific distributors and suppliers at 330-255-1101 or at www.sacsconsulting.com.

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