Internet of Things Inc (CVE:ITT) (OTCMKTS:INOTF) is teaming up with California-based research and development firm Makel Engineering Inc to conduct testing on its ThermalPass fever detection system, it reported Thursday.
The news comes as ThermalPass, which accurately detects human body temperature at a distance, gets set to launch later this month.
Makel Engineering specializes in the development of industrial, automotive, military and space-grade intelligent sensors and chemical conversion systems, working with leading organizations like the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) and commercial launch companies to provide engineering support for major projects.
"Engaging Makel Engineering for our final stage of QA and QC, will ensure the ThermalPass system functions flawlessly as we enter widespread sales and marketing," said Michael Lende, CEO of Internet of Things.
"We value the trust our customers are placing in us and on that basis, we requested of Makel the most intense and strenuous pressure testing they deemed suitable for this system. Makel's stamp of approval will be a distinguished endorsement of ThermalPass' successful evolution of product innovation."
Internet of Things also said that its subsidiary AI Labs Inc along with joint venture partner Commersive Solutions Corp will start to accept conditional orders that will give future customers the chance to secure allocations of ThermalPass units from its initial production run.
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