Coronavirus: CCTV Cameras To Monitor People’s Temperature, Social Distancing In Dubai
Dubai: Security cameras in Dubai will be utilized to identify individuals’ temperature in the city and ready police about infringement in social separating in broad daylight spots to help forestall the spread of coronavirus, a Dubai Police official has said.
Brigadier Khalid Nasser Al Razooqi, Director General of the Artificial Intelligence Department at Dubai Police, said the power are utilizing man-made brainpower to battle COVID-19 by utilizing CCTV cameras to record the temperatures of individuals strolling in the city, in broad daylight places or at malls.
“Dubai Police use AI through the ‘Oyoon’ (which signifies ‘eye’ in Arabic) task to screen individuals’ temperatures during the flare-up,” Brigaider Al Razooqi said in a virtual gathering held by Dubai Police on Sunday night.
“The undertaking was at first used to identify needed individuals through facial acknowledgment and social examination, but since of the spread of the infection, we refreshed the camera’s framework to screen temperature too,” he said.
Brigadier Al Razooqi said the cameras will likewise have the option to identify the separation between individuals inside strip malls and open places and issue alarms in the event that they are standing excessively near each other.
“We are attempting to utilize the cameras to examine the separation between individuals as AI can identify if individuals come nearer than they ought to one another (under two meters), and the framework can create an alert to the order room,” he said.
Specialists in the meeting said AI is an apparatus, not an answer for check COVID-19.
Dr Peter Clevsting, specialized master at the Gulf Cooperation Council Regional Secretariat for the EU CBRN (concoction, organic, radiological and atomic) Risk Mitigation Center of Excellence Initiative in Abu Dhabi, said that AI can likewise be utilized to follow where individuals had got the infection from and who they had been in contact with in the weeks paving the way to transmission.
“The wellbeing segment is available to advancement, new innovations and improvement. Computer based intelligence isn’t an answer for everything; it’s a device that we can utilize. Artificial intelligence will likewise have the option to anticipate which patient is more seriously influenced by an infection than others,” Dr Clevsting said.
In the mean time, Adel Shakeri, Director of Planning and Business Development at the Roads and Transport Authority, recommended ways specialists could cooperate to follow the infection’s spread by observing open vehicle GPS or nol card utilization.
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