Safe Entry COVID-19 Screening

Safe Entry COVID-19 Screening2021-04-17T18:45:02+00:00

Screens for 7 Symptoms in Seconds.

  • Fever

  • Cough

  • Exhaustion

  • Congestion

  • Sweat Gland Activation

  • Eye Redness

  • Headache

Indoor Solutions

Multi-spectrum cameras paired with proprietary AI provides checks for multiple symptoms, concluding the individual is either safe (green light) or potential risk (red light).

Highly customizable, can easily be integrated into existing décor and lobbies with specialized finishing.

Outdoor Solutions

Includes wheelchair-accessible ramp and automatic doors.

Can easily be paired with an activation or education opportunity with custom branding and fit out.

Mobile Solutions

Perfect for events, festivals and anywhere you need to get large groups of people safely into a shared space.

Wheelchair accessible and custom branding available.

Key Features


Near-Real time screening


Contactless COVID-19
screening in seconds


Uses proprietary AI to measure a grouping of symptoms determined by a medically-based algorithm


Uses a simple green light/red light approach to identify individuals for safe entry


Indoor, outdoor and mobile solutions


Deploys as quickly as 7-10 days


Available in communities throughout North America

The Safe Entry Station uses multispectral thermal imaging cameras and a proprietary artificial intelligence algorithm developed by medical Clinicians and Data Scientists globally.  It identifies individuals who are exhibiting symptoms that associate with infectious diseases such as COVID-19.

At the moment, any outbreak associated with the common cold or flu is by default to be associated with COVID-19. Therefore, health agencies are recommending that anyone who is showing associated symptoms stay home.

It typically takes between 1-2 seconds for the scan to process.

Based on WHO report, an asymptomatic laboratory-confirmed case is a person infected with COVID-19 who does not develop symptoms. Asymptomatic transmission refers to transmission of the virus from a person, who does not develop symptoms. There are few reports of laboratory-confirmed cases who are truly asymptomatic, and to date, there has been no documented asymptomatic transmission. This does not exclude the possibility that it may occur. Asymptomatic cases have been reported as part of contact tracing efforts in some countries.

Data from published epidemiology and virologic studies provide evidence that COVID-19 is primarily transmitted from symptomatic people to others who are in close contact through respiratory droplets, by direct contact with infected persons, or by contact with contaminated objects and surfaces. This is supported by detailed experiences shared by technical partners via WHO global expert networks, and reports and presentations by Ministries of Health. As such based on current data, symptomatic transmission is responsible for the spread of COVID-19. Therefore, the key is to identify the majority of symptomatic individuals to prevent transmission which is the purpose of our mass screening technology.

The AI technology monitors and identifies potential presence of COVID-19 associated symptoms such as fever, cough, exhaustion, congestion, sweat gland activation, eye redness and headache, along with other key determinant factors.

The units provided are self-sufficient and only require internet connectivity. Multispectral cameras installed within the units communicate with the cloud servers for analysis.

The PredictMedix technology is different than the other fever scanners on the market that are simply measuring body temperature. The AI looks not only at body temperature, but at 5 specific facial points, which indicate a truly medically induced fever, versus someone who may be hot because of temperature conditions etc. It also measures 6 other known COVID-19 symptoms, before rendering a result.

The technology is currently 95% accurate on a negative predictive analysis for identification of symptoms*.  However, because artificial intelligence is continually learning, as more data is collected, that percentage will increase.

The Safe Entry Station is entirely non-invasive and safe; the underlying hardware used for data capture is approved by the FDA and Health Canada.

Typically internet bandwidth of above 25 Mbps is required for a single scan station.

Safe Entry Stations do not store any personal identifiers or contact information.  The multispectral camera gathers the data, which is then processed, and the result is displayed in the form of a red or green light.  At this point, the data is immediately purged.  The algorithms run on dedicated servers with stringent access control.  As an additional layer of protection, all camera feeds are anonymous.