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Predictiv AI solving Real World Problems with Artificial Intelligence


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Predictiv AI solving Real World Problems with Artificial Intelligence

While vaccination is being rolled out worldwide, there is still much time to win the battle against COVID. As workplaces and other businesses are preparing to open, they are required to follow safety regulations and build proper screening systems. Temperature Checks are becoming a new norm for the New Workplace Health & Safety Protocols.

To tackle this, Predictiv Ai has launched a solution called ThermalPass, a fever-detection system that instantly screens and reports for higher body temperatures. The ThermalPass unit ensures public safety by providing fast, touch-free scanning of people at high-traffic areas, public locations. Also, its waterproof design allows for both indoor and outdoor uses.The system is perfect for mass screening, as it is non-invasive and can take 1200 readings per second. As such, it can be deployed at high-traffic locations such as airports, hospitals, office buildings, and stadiums.

This week, Predictiv AI reported that it signed F2 Factor to provide strategic support services to increase sales and distribution of ThermalPass.Predictiv AI had announced earlier that it had installed multiple ThermalPass temperature scanning devices in Memorial Healthcare System hospital facilities in Broward County, Florida.

Memorial Healthcare is a provider of healthcare services in south Florida through a six-hospital network and various ancillary facilities. By integrating ThermalPass, it has helped eliminate forehead temperature checks and captures core employees’ temperature more efficiently.“With COVID-19 still threatening our community, it’s important for us to continue using technology in a way that will help us maximize our team’s time and provide quality and safe care to our community,” saidDawn de la Vega, Director of Nursing at Memorial Regional Hospital.


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