Hyderabad airport gets mass fever screening system

Hyderabad(Hyd): Hyderabad(Hyd)’s Rajiv Gandhi Intl. Air port (RGIA) has got a Unicef-funded mass fever testing system to furthermore enhance the efficacy of testing of passengers in see of COVID-19 epidemic, the air port operator declared on Sun..

The Central govt’s Ministry of Health & Family (4) Welfare, in coordination with the Asian Development (devt) Bank, has given state of the art thermal scanner funded by this U.N Kids’s Fund (Unicef).

The system going to be utilized by this authorities of the Ministry of Health & Family (4) Welfare in the air port.

The new thermal scanner is a ceiling-mounted mass fever testing system capable of scanning.

finding & tracking febrile people with elevated skin temp.

The system automatically adjusts & adapts to the surrounding ambient temp without any person intervention.

With its Intuitive Consumer Interface & Dual-Displays (day camera + infra-red), it gives easy identification of passengers with elevated temp.

awhile simplifying activities & minimizing handling.

The new thermal scanner imparts extra curb to the Hyderabad(Hyd) Air port Health Company, with the existing thermal scanners in the Intl.

arrivals, stated GMR Hyderabad(Hyd) Intl. Air port Limited (GHIAL).

RGIA continues to handle the Intl. relief airplanes within the govt of India(In)’s highest offshore evacuation program of Vande Bharat Mission (VBM).

All Intl. arrival passengers & aviation crew go through mandatory health testing by this air port health officials to identify symptomatic passengers to include the spread of COVID-19 & give required medical support to such passengers.


The air port has managed regarding 40,000 Intl. arrivals passengers during this COVID-19 epidemic from May till now.

To enable the arriving Intl. passengers, the air port has kept the Intl. arrivals & the overall stretch right from that aerobridge to the arrivals ramp fully sanitized & fumigated.

This includes — sanitization of each nook & corner of apartment & people regions involving aerobridges, washrooms, chairs, counters, trolleys, railings, doors, lifts, escalators, baggage belts and so on.

The air port also imposed the physical distancing amongst passengers right from that aerobridge to around the terminal.