Technological advances have given human beings unlimited assistance for decades. In almost every area of our everyday life, we’ve been enjoying the support of technology which solves industrial and societal challenges.
Since the World Health Organization ( WHO) declared the COVID-19 illness a pandemic, global economic and social life has been seriously challenged.
Actually, the main transmission mechanisms of the new COVID-19 are touch and cross-infection. Therefore, the procedure for detecting patients is temperature measurement.
It is important to keep in mind that the main focus of the measurement device to be used is to prevent secondary infection, long-distance detection, and quick disinfection.
Indeed, the mitigation of the pandemic was greatly improved by many advances in the fields of Temperature measurements and Disinfection.
For instance the Hand Sanitizer Face Recognition Infrared Non-Contact Thermometer – SIFROBOT-7.71 is suitable to serve at stations, airports, hospitals, and other public places to improve epidemic control and disinfection efficiency while reducing the exposure risks of people.
It has an automatic temperature detection system and an integrated hand sanitizer dispenser, which makes disinfection more convenient.
Furthermore, this automatic thermometer has a large size display to show the temperature detection results in real-time temperature scanning of the body.
With infrared visible light fusion thermal imaging display technology, users can directly view the temperature measurement value during the inspection process on the visible light image.
The user needs to stand in front of the Robot, when the body temperature is measured successfully, the robot will automatically identify the user through face recognition and then automatically make a record. And if it detects abnormal temperature, as a warning the interface will turn red and the alarm will make a sound.
To sum up, Automatic Temperature measurement robots are making an important contribution to the technology advancement with the integration of sensors and intelligent processing algorithms.
References: Robots in a contagious world,