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This temperature scanner developed by GovTech’s Smart Nation Platform Solutions (SNPS) team combines hardware and software for the best of both worlds.
As the COVID-19 pandemic worsens around the world, Singapore is shoring up its efforts to combat the spread of the novel coronavirus.
Take a behind-the-scenes look at how the Sensors and Internet of Things (SIOT) team at GovTech invented a system that automatically measures a person’s temperature.
With temperature screening one of the main ways to identify someone infected with COVID-19, monitoring it is a key defensive tool in helping curb the spread of the virus.
Recognising the importance of getting timely and accurate information, a team of developers at the Government Technology Agency of Singapore developed MaskGoWhere – a website providing information on mask collection points.
The system will generate a digital MC at a URL which will be sent to the patient’s registered phone number via SMS, to be forwarded to their employers.
The e-portal incorporates services such as SingPass and MyInfo into the framework to allow easier login processes and interconnectedness.
The glasses can be used in the construction industry, by engineers and by other government agencies like LTA for multi-purposes which make it easier for tedious work to be done.
Dr Puthucheary laid out three broad principles for the purposes of public accountability and business confidence. The first is to try as hard as possible to ensure that the the output of AI-driven processes is explainable and transparent, to a reasonable degree. The second is about the removal of human bias, while the third principle is safety.