A robot dog in Singapore: do not bite, but does comply with the distance anti-Covid
The chronicles of the last months have shown how much and in which way technology can help in the fight against the Coronavirus (Sars-Cov-2). The examples range from the artificial intelligence that identifies the person wearing the mask on public transport to the helmets smart to measure the body temperature, to get to robotics. Spot, the robot dog from Boston Dynamics, is back to be used in this context, after testing in China that is focused on telemedicine and skills in the medical field.
The new position of the Spot provides for a more active role on the street as a tool to enforce the distancing social - crucial, along with the masks in the so-called Phase 2, that of living with the virus. Singapore has kicked off a pilot program in which Spot pattuglierà a park by transmitting a pre-recorded message to remind passers-by to keep a safe distance from one another - is, in fact, a use similar to that made in China through the drones "police".
The camera system that gives commercial, a 360-degree view will also be used to perform a scan of the environment, and to estimate the number of people that gather in the parks. The local authorities have stated that the video streams will not be used for the recognition or the tracking of individuals, and that will not be collected as personal information. The trial will last for two weeks and will be held in city park during off-peak hours. If the outcome were to be positive, we will evaluate the use of robots in other areas. Top of the range with battery infinite, and display super? Asus ROG Phone 2, buy it at the best price from Unieuro to 699 euro. CLICK HERE TO CONTINUE READING