In response to COVID-19, Miller County Judge Cathy Harrison has installed state-of-the-art ULSee camera technology in the Miller County Courthouse.

This new technology can detect body temperature from up to 13 feet away. Fevers are one of the main indicators of COVID-19 infection.

“COVID-19 has affected every aspect of our lives, including how we come and go. Because we are still in the middle of the pandemic, we want to take every precaution to make sure our citizens are as safe as possible while conducting their business at the Courthouse,” said Harrison.

“The camera provides a safer system by allowing a contactless process, which will minimize any potential exposure for both the taxpayer, as well as our employees.”

ULSee’s “A.I. Infrared Monitor” promotes non-contact body temperature measurement, prevents cross-infection, and reduces in-person interaction. Temperature readings are available within one second of the scan.

“We are pleased to see this technology being applied throughout all levels of government,” said Joe Ye, president, and CEO of ULSee. “Our cameras provide one more layer of safety and we are proud to be a part of the fight against COVID-19.”

“The cameras will remain at the Miller County Courthouse for the foreseeable future in an effort to protect the residents who need access to the Courthouse, as well as our employees who interact directly with the public,” said Harrison.

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