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BCP Helping Fight the spread of COVID-19, One Temperature at a Time

New Orleans, LA – BCP Engineers and Consultants (BCP) has successfully deployed State of the Art Automated Temperature Screening Kiosks at two Northeastern nuclear sites that provide touchless facial temperatures in seconds, is available 24/7/365 and limits the possibility of cross contamination from COVID-19. Using the latest thermal infrared sensors and facial recognition technologies, the kiosks provide a hands-free, efficient, accurate platform for screening employees, customers, and visitors, upon entrance. Our kiosks are plug-n-play, customizable and highly cost effective eliminating the need for continuous onsite personnel and supervision.

“The kiosks have streamlined the temperature screening process, provided increased accuracy and less risks, while expediting the client’s shift-change process,” said Al Casas, BCP’s Director of Technology. “BCP is committed to implementing cost-effective, highly impactful solutions for our clients and the temperature screening kiosks are a shining example of our commitment to safety and reliability. These 3rd generation kiosks are revolutionary in their simplicity and efficiency.”

BCP is a solutions company primarily focused on helping utility generation plants, operating and new, to compete and thrive in the new marketplace. We have deep experience in nuclear, being in business since 1981, and we actively search for best-in-class partners from inside and outside the industry, to bring new specialty services and solutions that deliver high return on investments for our clients. By bringing the right team, processes, and technologies at the right time, BCP will help improve your plants performance.

Press Contacts Kegan Thiebaud BCP Engineers & Consultants (504) 361-4236 x1329

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