Honeywell this week said that Dubai National Air Transport Association (dnata) has deployed its groundbreaking ThermoRebellion temperature monitoring technology at John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) in New York.
Honeywell installed ThermoRebellion systems at each of the entrances to JFK’s International Terminal One in support of dnata, which provides ground handling, cargo, travel and flight catering services across five continents around the world.
The ThermoRebellion system incorporates infrared imaging technology and cutting-edge artificial intelligence algorithms to deliver highly accurate temperature measurements. As individuals pass in front of the high-resolution, thermal imaging camera, skin temperature is detected within seconds and displayed on an accompanying monitor, alerting airport personnel if travelers require additional screening.
“We have partnered with dnata and Honeywell to deploy the Thermo Rebellion solution that offers an additional layer of safety protocols for the traveling public and Terminal One workforce,” said Steve Rowland, executive director, Terminal One Group Association.