Hamilton Accies are the first SPFL club…

To install Fever Thermal Screening Technology…

Jimmy Thompson, Hamilton Academical went on the record as saying “We have a duty of care to everyone who attends the club and when we are able to get back to business we look forward to offering this personal health security for our fans, visiting fans, players, coaches, staff and clients during these challenging times.”

Hamilton Accies have become the first football club in Scotland to install a fixed thermal heating camera in response to the coronavirus pandemic.

The club believe this innovative technology, which can scan up to 30 people at any one time, will help keep their fans, staff and visitors safe from threat of the deadly virus.

Accies chief executive Colin McGowan explained: “This high-spec non-invasive system has been installed at Hamilton Accies Football Club to quickly measure the temperature of visitors as they enter the building.

Nicola and Craig Armstrong of Indigo Unified Communications, in partnership with John McShane, Leisure Connect, have installed the device.

See the full article below, courtesy of the Daily Record: