Gary Strahan of Alexandria was interviewed live on CNN Monday morning to discuss his company’s thermal imaging cameras and software used to scan and detect if someone has a fever. The technology may limit a potentially infected person from spreading a viral infection, like Ebola, globally. Early symptoms of the Ebola virus include sudden onset of fever. (Submitted photo)
Infrared camera could help others know who’s ill
ALEXANDRIA, Minn. -- A company with an Alexandria connection is part of a global effort to limit the spread of deadly viruses like Ebola.
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