Identiv Introduces NFC Enabled Body Temperature Measurement Patch to Support the Reopening of Public Venues

June 2, 2020

On June 2, 2020, highlighted the launch of Identiv’s Body Temperature Measurement Patch. Here is an excerpt:
The near field communication (NFC)-enabled transponder supports the reopening of public spaces, including theme parks and stadiums, and helps operators keep attendees and employees comfortable, confident, and safe. The product also supports global governments and healthcare workers that need to periodically monitor quarantined patients diagnosed with COVID-19.
The new solution combines the simplicity of using NFC and the smart technology potential of the Internet of Things (IoT), making body temperature monitoring easier than ever. Identiv’s Body Temperature Measurement Patch makes it simple for anyone to monitor personal temperature curves. The patch is most accurately read when applied under the upper arm and is currently being tested on other areas of the body. "Besides incredibly uncomfortable nose swabs, there are no safety indicators adoptable by large public venues except temperature readings," said Dr. Manfred Mueller, Identiv COO and GM, Identity. "In order to support the safest possible reopening of these spaces — in the most practical, scalable way — Identiv has developed passive body patches, and samples are immediately available." The full product spotlight is available via NFC Enabled Body Temperature Measurement Patch