Human Body Fever Screening Solution in India
The growing threat of COVID-19 around the world without developing a vaccine against the virus is putting enormous pressure on the global health system. In times of crisis, technology companies around the world work sideways with healthcare, offering a wide range of innovative technologies, from AI and big data to robotics and the cloud. Some companies are even developing AI-compatible detection cameras for mass screenings that provide status reports and real-time updates on a person’s Body Temperature.
In Depth’s AI fever detection camera, for example, helps prevent the spread of viral diseases such as COVID-19 by enabling rapid and accurate detection of high body temperatures. The In-Depth Fever Detection Camera uses Advanced Artificial Intelligence and scene analysis to detect and evaluate High Human Body Temperatures in real time. With a mix of thermal imaging and visible sensors, the AI-powered system is an extremely powerful tool for determining high human body temperatures.
The deep fever detection system is able to scan discreetly at a safe distance of up to 30 people per second for transparent and extremely fast reviews, and provides powerful surveys of images and scenarios, including gender, age, expression, glasses, moustache, mask or without mask and much more. The system supports most third-party analysis to enable much richer features or scenarios such as secure social distance practices, cough/nies detection, and voice/face authentication for keyless input, or more.
In addition to IN Depth in the AI-powered detection camera market, there are a large number of companies that offer AI-based screening systems. For example, Altoros, a software development company that provides products and services to the Cloud Foundry platform, offers a fever screening tool to prevent the spread of COVID-19 disease. The system, powered by artificial intelligence, responds effectively to high body temperature and sends instant alerts to help people. Unlike traditional thermal imaging cameras, Altoros’ AI-powered fever tester is able to effectively detect people with fever, achieve high accuracy (0.3 o3/0.6oF) of Temperature Screening, detect targets and automatically send instant alerts, recurring temperature measurements of potentially infected people at specific time intervals, high measurement speed, up to 30 people being examined simultaneously, and a wide detection area.
Singapore-based Integrated Health Information Systems (IHIS), the national hit agency, recently teamed up with local health startup AI Kroni are to use iThermo, an AI-based temperature screening solution that filters and identifies people with or signs of fever symptoms. The system will be tested at IHIS headquarters in Serangoon North and St. Andrews Community Hospital (SACH).