IIT Bombay Passouts develops facial recognition thermal scanning kiosks to tackle Covid-19.

Arvey, a start-up in the field of medical technology, introduced non-contact thermographic kiosks in the aftermath of the Covida 19 pandemic. Arvi kiosks use AI technology with a thorough study of the combination of facial recognition and heat shield to identify faces at high temperatures and faces that do not meet the requirements for wearing a mask.

Social distance has become the new standard, and all this after the use of non-contact safety products.

The kiosks have functions such as temperature control, face mask recognition, automatic manual disinfection and presence/access control. In the modern kiosks in Arvi not only the temperature is monitored, but also the oxygen in the blood, pulse and respiration.

Unlike a heat gun, which requires the physical presence of a guard or person to record people’s temperature, Arvi’s Artificial Intelligence (AI) scanners do not require human observation or intervention. These kiosks are a current necessity and can be used at the entrance to shopping centres, business offices, banks, airports, schools, hospitals, etc.

The range of thermal scanners stretches from <span class='webrupee'>₹</span>60.000 to Rs1.25 lakh.

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The range of thermal scanners extends from ₹60.000 to Rs1.25 lakh.

Among the new products created by IIT Bombay’s engineering team are four models, the Arvi TX 55, TX 66, TX 77 and TX 99, which offer a wide range of functions.

Sushan Reddy, co-founder and CEO of Arvi, commented on the launch of the new product: Everything we did before February 2020 must change in the future. Companies, restaurants, housing corporations, production companies need effective audit solutions. Our kiosks make it easy and safe to inspect workplaces and commercial facilities with large entrances. By integrating facial recognition and advanced sensors, we have tried to use the best technology in the Indian fight against Covid19.

The Arvi TX-55 is a mini terminal for non-contact thermal imaging with face recognition; thermal scanning and automatic face mask recognition. It also has a flexible table or wall bracket.

The range of thermal scanners extends from ₹60.000 to Rs1.25 lakh.

The temperature sensor has an accuracy of +/-0.2C. The operating range is 15-42 C and the sea age is 1 second. The products are developed and produced in India.

The face recognition camera is equipped with an 8-inch LCD screen, a 5-megapixel camera with 30 frames per second and advanced face recognition software. Blocking the screening is simple and feasible. Up to 2 million screening records are available that can be stored in the cloud. These kiosks are equipped with a large capacity disinfecting aerosol of 1200 ml. The kiosks are portable and have an adjustable height of 5 feet 2 inches.

In addition, all kiosks are remotely diagnosed every 24 hours.

Arvi is a platform for care solutions for the elderly and has entered a new segment of non-contact thermal scanner kiosks, taking into account the current needs related to the global Kovid-19 epidemic.

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