With the aim of reopening the Royal Theatre, Excem Technologies has collaborated with the institution to strengthen its access control and its security measures to protect against COVID19.
The project was carried out by the infrastructure protection division, seeking to minimise the risk of contagion as much as possible by measuring the temperature of people entering the theatre in order to detect access by people with potential symptoms.
After an exhaustive field study, our operations department carried out the implementation of the new security systems during the month of May, taking advantage of the fact that the Royal Theatre was closed.
The technological solutions implemented for security and protection in the various access controls were as follows:
Metal Detector Arches with body temperature measurement
Body temperature and metal detector arches. They allow the analysis of 30 faces in the same scene. Installed at the access control at the main spectator entrance.
Access control with FaceTemp temperature measurement
For temperature detection at entrances for artists, singers, musicians and workers. This system provides accurate temperature detection, facial recognition and mask recognition. The supplied data are identifiable on its LCD display, and it incorporates software for viewing records.
FeverBlock Multiple temperature control system
Real-time infrared temperature detection systems for the theatre’s main personnel entrance. Installed for rapid detection of body temperature and to alert the presence of persons with abnormal temperatures in public places with a large number of people.
WeSpace II Covid disinfection of clothing and footwear
It consists of a closet designed with an anti-virus fabric that includes an ultraviolet light for the disinfection of clothes and footwear. The kill ratio of the ultraviolet lamps it uses is up to 99.98% effectiveness, which makes it ideal for the effective prevention of infections and the transmission of bacterial or viral residues.
Thanks to these new control measures, all preventive health and safety measures are guaranteed for spectators, artists and the workers at the Royal Theatre (musicians, artists, technicians…).
After almost 4 months with the doors closed, the Royal Theatre will resume its activity on July 1st with the opera by Giuseppe Verdi, La Traviata, produced by Willy Decker.