Demo + Q & A
May 19, 2020
11:00 am - 11:30 am
Who: Senior Technology Consultants, Matthew Tsimikas and Kurt Schuler from Konica Minolta Business Solutions in Warwick, RI will provide an affordable high tech solution to help build back worker and consumer confidence for all populations and businesses.
First Level Thermal Screening:
Thermal MOBOTIX cameras from KMBS measure thermal radiation across an entire image down to the individual pixel. As employees or visitors enter a building, the MOBOTIX thermal camera is able to passively detect if there is an abnormal temperature measurement and notify applicable personnel accordingly via visual software notifications, text message and email, as well as use audio cues to initiate any second level procedures.
What: Thermal Imaging Camera/Video Solutions with temperature detection capabilities
Where: ONLINE – Sponsored and brought to you by the East Greenwich and Central Rhode Island Chambers
REGISTER prior to Monday, May 18th at 6:00 pm to receive the Link, Meeting ID and Passcode the day prior. You must be pre-registered prior to 10:00 am the day of so we may properly host the event…and you can receive the link in time.
You will feel more comfortable in the meeting|event if you prepare ahead of time. Allow at least a half hour if you haven’t already been on a zoom call to set up and test the technology:
Zoom Virtual Meeting|Call Tips
Find a quiet room and close the door so we will have the same level of no distraction plus confidentiality.
- Look at what is behind you – in Zoom you can select a virtual background – next to the video camera icon (usually bottom left) click on the arrow and select a virtual background
- If you click on the video camera icon or microphone icon (usually bottom left) it will turn it off (the icon will have a diagonal red line through it)
- Check your camera ahead of time. Ideally position your camera enough in front of you that we see not just your face but upper body, so we can see your gestures. It’s best if the camera is elevated to eye level, not looking up at your chin
- Make sure the light isn’t too bright behind you. If it’s too bright you will appear as a silhouette … we want to see your face
- Test your video first here: https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/201362313-How-Do-I-Test-My-Video-
- Good audio is critical. Test it first. https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/201362283-Testing-computer-or-device-audio
- You can use a headset with a mic if the audio isn’t clear
- Test your internet connection ahead of time. If you’d like me to do that with you let me know and we’ll set up a time prior to the meeting
- You will receive an email the day before, or day of depending on when you register, with a link inviting you to join the zoom meeting – meeting ID and passcode will be included
- If you are working from home in PJ bottoms, you might want to turn off your video before you stand up 😊
Zoom Safety & Technical Tips
- DO NOT make meetings or classrooms public. In Zoom, there are two options to make a meeting private; require a meeting password or use the waiting room feature and control the admittance of guests.
- DO NOT share a link to a teleconference or classroom on an unrestricted publicly available social media post. Provide the link directly to specific people.
- Manage screen sharing options. In Zoom, change screen sharing to “Host Only.”
- Ensure users are using the updated version of software – security patches are continually being added.