The role of machine learning and AI in a post-pandemic world across key sectors, like retail, and building and construction is continuously increasing.
Then came a virus…and now the world is looking for new methods to stay safe, healthy and protect against viral infections. How can we continue to authenticate people without touching devices, reopen travel with contactless processes, or detect people not wearing a mask in crowded spaces?
As restrictions ease at varying rates across the country, workplaces that are re-opening have an increased responsibility to ensure that the health and safety of staff and customers remains a top priority in the ongoing fight against COVID-19.
Refining biometric technologies is critical to a future where every point of physical contact is considered a possible health risk.
As states and territories across the country ease restrictions, we continue to see varied initiatives for mitigating risk. Thermal cameras are becoming a prevalent measure for non-contact temperature screening in public spaces and workplaces – a factor helping to fuel the growth of the thermal camera market, now tipped to increase by a CAGR of 7.29% to reach USD 6.41 Billion by 2025.
Advances in technology have freed individuals from the restraints of time and distance. But what about those who have been restrained by the law? The deployment of technology in a correctional facilities and courtrooms is a complex issue, and mistakes can have serious consequences Paul Skelton reports.
Humanity as a whole is faced with a health threat of unprecedented proportions. We know that today’s global economy combined with unrestrained international travel and increasingly overcrowded metropolises may have contributed to the scale of the Covid-19 pandemic. Yet, just as Covid-19 is a ‘novel’ coronavirus, so we are seeing new technological innovations developed and implemented all around the world to fight the epidemic.
An independent patrol, self-charging, video monitoring, face recognition, emergency call, media broadcast, remote control, audio-video dialogue and intelligent robot.
AI-Based Surveillance Cameras Boost Security and Work Efficiency.
Robotic technologies such as drones, UAVs and robots are considered to be at the forefront of what is being referred to as the “Fourth Industrial Revolution”.