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Cheddar: Alabama State University Implements New Covid Screening Tech

Alabama State University is among one of the many schools welcoming students back onto their campus this semester. So far, the school has zero confirmed coronavirus cases, thanks in part to cutting-edge technology installed around their campus. ASU President Quinton T Ross, Jr. joins us to discuss his school’s preventative measures.

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Draganfly helps to Safely Open Alabama State University

Draganfly, a smart thermal temperature assessment device that screens for COVID-19 symptoms, reads biomarkers such as temperature, heart rate and respiratory rate by quickly scanning the image of a person’s face. The smart device is contactless, reads temperatures in about 30 seconds

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As Temperature Checks Become the Norm, Thermal Imaging Demand is Soaring

Without a pandemic vaccine in hand, companies, airports, schools, and hospitals are turning to temperature scanning technology, such as infrared thermal cameras, in an effort to help reduce the spread of the virus. “Thermal imaging and sensing technology will certainly be among the lines of defense against the virus, according to market research firm Yole Développement, triggering a boom in the market for thermal technologies. Between 2019 and 2020, the thermal imager and thermal detector markets are projected to rise by 76 percent and 20 percent, respectively,” as reported by EE Times.

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Draganfly CEO Sees Human AI Implants by 2045 (and Plenty of Drones)

AI designers and engineers of the future are likely to come from the ranks of today’s online gamers, not necessarily university graduates in data science or engineering.

That’s one of many predictions from Cameron Chell, an entrepreneur and innovator who is also CEO of Draganfly, the world’s oldest operating commercial drone manufacturer and tech systems developer.

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Can a Pandemic Drone Help Stop the Spread of COVID-19?

Draganfly CEO Cameron Chell says his company’s health-monitoring drone—a modified Draganflyer Commander quadcopter equipped with the Australian software—can detect whether people in parks, beaches, and other public spaces are maintaining social distance and wearing masks. The drone can also look for health indicators such as fever and coughing.

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Draganfly Selected to Globally Integrate Breakthrough Health Diagnosis Technology Immediately onto Autonomous Camera’s and Specialized Drones to Combat Coronavirus (COVID-19) and Future Health Emergencies