Thermal imaging camera (colloquially known as a TIC) is a type of thermographic camera which can read body temperatures accurately. It sees through smoke, dust, light fog, haze and darkness. These are typically handheld but can also be wall mounted. They are constructed using heat- and water-resistant housings and ruggedized to withstand the hazards of extreme outdoor temperature. These cameras are equipped with sensors that measure the amount of infrared radiation (or heat) emitted from objects in each area. The measurements are then processed using specialized software to visually display the heat readings in the form of high-definition images or video. “Hot spots” or areas with higher temperatures will show up as brighter areas on the image against areas with cooler temperatures, which appear darker. It entails heat based thermal imaging system which can detect persons with high temperature. It comes with different configurations and models, Design, Installation, Service Maintenance and one-year Warranty. AMC (Annual Maintenance Contract) can also be renewed annually.