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How Technology Fights Against the Epidemic in Property Communities?

Since the normalization of COVID-19 prevention and control, the daily inspection and investigation work in street communities has become increasingly heavy. It not only consumes a large amount of manpower and resources but also poses a risk of cross-infection. During the pandemic, we also saw a sense of responsibility and dedication from some security robot companies, where various applications of robotic process automation were assembled in the epidemic area. From the perspective of the entire industry, robots effectively combine technology, systems, and robots to form a closed-loop epidemic prevention and control system.

Robots as security guards strictly guard against and perform temperature screening

Static security robots are on "duty" 24 hours a day. Robot security guards intelligently recognize license plates, faces, blacklists, and more through their own high-definition night vision cameras. During the epidemic, they can also detect personnel without masks, health codes, and temperature. They perform accurate control over suspicious personnel and vehicles in the park or street. Epidemic prevention and control personnel only need to swipe their documents/scan a QR code for multi-information verification and quickly measure their temperature via the camera, greatly improving efficiency and enabling safe, convenient, and rapid passage. The security robot also has functions such as video monitoring, intelligent temperature sensing, automatic alarms, one-click assistance, smart Q&A, and identity verification. It can upload monitoring data to the background in real time and alert for any abnormal data in a timely manner.

Robots as security guards fill the gaps, perform mobile temperature detection and strengthen publicity

Mobile security robots can move freely and shuttles in different public places. They can perform temperature measurements at any time and without contact, reducing the risk of virus transmission while meeting temperature measurement requirements without omission. They warn personnel not to wear masks and can promptly answer the public's questions about COVID-19, enabling wide dissemination of epidemic-related information. At the same time, they solve the problem of insufficient manpower in the community for rapid investigation and minimize person-to-person contact on-site. The mobile security robot is equipped with a star-level night vision camera and an infrared imaging camera which presents perfect footage day or night. The panoramic cloud platform can adjust monitoring angles arbitrarily, with a full range of coverage and high-efficiency dynamic monitoring, catching everything in sight.

Robots as security guards finalizing the "last line of defense" at the doorstep

Intelligent access control systems are also an important part of epidemic prevention and control measures. People can pass by simply "swiping their faces" without any contact, avoiding possible infections, and acting as the "gatekeeper" of community epidemic prevention. Through the large data classification system, owners in different buildings in the community can only enter and exit registered unit buildings, effectively preventing outsiders from invading. If there are visitors, owners can see the visitor's video and voice information through the smart terminal in their home and accurately determine if they know the visitor. Improving the overall security of the community greatly improves residents' living environment.

With the assistance of the temperature detection security robot, real-time monitoring, automatic statistics, intelligent classification, and accurate screening of epidemic prevention and control data, the pressure on grassroots epidemic prevention personnel has been greatly reduced, allowing them to engage in more important and creative work and enabling normalization of epidemic prevention and control work.

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