Take the Labor Out of Passenger & Crew Monitoring
FeverGuard can deliver 24x7 monitoring while virtually eliminating the labor involved—and dramatically slashing the cost. Imagine a scenario where every passenger and crew member wear FeverGuard. Once the wearable is activated, continuous temperature monitoring begins, with a reading every four seconds*. As a soon as anyone on board presents signs of a potential fever, FeverGuard alerts doctors and nurses through its mobile app and administrative console. Meanwhile the medical staff gains valuable time for high priority tasks, such as rapidly isolating and treating individuals with confirmed infections. With FeverGuard, everyone gains around-the-clock protection.
Cruising on the Grand Princess - Vacation Turned Quarantine
In March, cruise ship Grand Princess was denied entrance to the port of San Francisco with 2,422 passengers and 1,111 crew members on board because of COVID-19. More than a hundred were infected, two of whom died. A two-week, impromptu quarantine ensued. Guests were confined to their cabins with no idea if they were infected or when the quarantine would end. And it was literally impossible for the ship’s doctor and staff to monitor everyone. FeverGuard could have changed this scenario dramatically. Text and email alerts would have notified medical staff as soon as anyone presented with a potential fever. Infected passengers could have been quarantined and treated, while substantially reducing the rate of additional infection.