SACRAMENTO – iR37, provided by IS Partnerships, has become the exclusive temperature scanning provider of the California Community College Athletic Association, further showcasing the organization’s focus toward monitoring student-athlete health and helping ensure safe competition, Interim Executive Director Jennifer Cardone announced on Wednesday.
The iR37 thermometer system incorporates a 7-inch LCD display with a wide-range dynamic camera that measures and displays a person’s temperature using infrared and algorithm technology. Using real-time face recognition and temperature readings that are within 0.3 accuracy, the iR37 system provides schools with an effective tool in monitoring student-athlete health.
“Adopting iR37 affords the athletic training staff, student-athletes and administration comfort and control knowing temperature screening is perpetually at the forefront” says Ian Jones, ISP Managing Partner. “In addition, iR37 helps free up athletic trainers time by streamlining the temperature-taking process.”
Monterey Peninsula College is among the first CCCAA schools to utilize iR37 and Head Athletic Trainer Jeff McCart has been impressed with its integration into his responsibilities.
“The IR37 works fantastic,” he said. “It streamlines the check-in process and frees up your hands to manage it. You can also maintain your distance during check-in as opposed to a hand-held device.”
With the COVID-19 pandemic still at the forefront of planning for the upcoming 2021-22 athletic year, Cardone said iR37 provides another tool for schools to help navigate any current challenges while also preparing for the future.
“We’re excited to team with IS Partnerships and look forward to a long-standing relationship,” she said.
The CCCAA and ISP have created an iR37 partnership program for its 110 member institutions. Information on the system is available here while information on the system, scheduling a demonstration and ordering is available by emailing email@example.com.
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