Bates Security Launches Temperature Detection Cameras to Help Businesses Reopen Safely

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After recently claiming #42 on the SDM Magazine list of the Top 100 Security Companies in the US, Bates Security continues to innovate to serve the evolving needs of its clients.

When our clients came to us planning for re-entry, we brought our engineers and vendors together to create solutions to address the concerns and needs of our clients.

Bates Security, LLC, a commercial and residential security, access control, video and fire system provider based in Kentucky with branches in Jacksonville and Vero Beach, Florida have added temperature-detection thermal cameras to their services. Listening to the customers’ needs, Bates Security added thermal imaging temperature detection cameras to their solutions which detect an individuals’ current body temperature. “As concerns about the coronavirus substantially increased, current clients contacted us asking about temperature detection cameras and how to implement solutions during phases of reopening their businesses,” said Jeremy Bates, President of Bates Security.

Surveillance cameras, like temperature screening devices, are not new for manufacturers but have been recently implemented across the United States to scan personnel entering facilities to detect those who have an elevated temperature. Thermal cameras are in high demand and have been applied widely in screening scenarios. Thermal Temperature Monitoring Solutions are not FDA-cleared or approved devices. The solution should not be solely or primarily used to diagnose or exclude a diagnosis of COVID-19 or any other disease. Elevated body temperature should be confirmed with secondary evaluation methods by a primary care physician.

“As businesses begin the re-entry process into a “new normal” stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic, we continue to provide solutions to help ensure the safety, security, and wellness of our clients,” said Bryan Bates, Vice President of Bates Security. “When our clients came to us planning for re-entry, we brought our engineers and vendors together to create solutions to address the concerns and needs of our clients.”

With many clients and industry vendors contacting Bates Security asking about this technology, Bates Security has been offering free webinars to educate about the technology and address the concerns that all businesses are facing right now. The next Temperature Detection Webinar event will be held on June 18th at 2 pm EST. Interested parties should register for the webinar on the http://www.batessecurity.com website.

“This is a natural progression of our business model to serve our customer’s needs.” said Jeremy Bates, President of Bates Security. “As a company in the life safety business, we are always working to help keep our customers, employees, and community stay safe, healthy, and protected. We are committed to being a trusted partner during this re-entry and recovery phase.”

About Bates Security
William “Sonny” and Pat Bates purchased Sonitrol of Lexington in 1984 and began ADR Security Services, later rebranded to Bates Security. Today, the operations are driven by the Bates’ sons, Jeremy and Bryan. The team has built Bates Security into the largest, privately-owned company based in Kentucky and have opened/acquired three branch offices since 2016. Bates Security was awarded Small Business of the Year by Commerce Lexington, Dealer of the Year by SDM Magazine, and is currently ranked at #42 on SDM’s list of Top 100 Security Companies.

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