Bournemouth Airport is the first in the country to trial thermal cameras in a bid to prevent Coronavirus from spreading by detecting whether people have a temperature.
The specialist cameras have initially been installed at the staff entrance, but there are plans to expand the scheme into the terminal building.
It is hoped they can detect carriers of coronavirus before they infect others.
The thermal fever detection technology is made of devices that are handheld and fixed multi-camera systems that can measure the body temperature and identify people who exhibit symptoms of fever.
It also provides real-time alerts to help in the intervention and limit the spread of the coronavirus.
At a later point, a multi-camera system will be installed at every entry point in the terminal building, along with the departures and arrivals area, which will enable the border staff to stop passengers who show symptoms of high temperature.