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Global Statistics

All countries
530,350,903
Confirmed
Updated on May 27, 2022 5:38 am
All countries
486,723,489
Recovered
Updated on May 27, 2022 5:38 am
All countries
6,307,857
Deaths
Updated on May 27, 2022 5:38 am
Home Health Connecticut polices release ‘pandemic drone’ to fight coronavirus

Connecticut polices release ‘pandemic drone’ to fight coronavirus

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Connecticut polices release ‘pandemic drone’ to fight coronavirus

April 22, 2020 | 1: 21 am

A Connecticut police department is using a drone geared up with virus-detecting innovation to help battle the coronavirus.

The Westport Authorities Department on Tuesday tested the pandemic drone, which can measure body temperature levels, read heart rates, and spot for coughing and sneezing from 190 feet away, according to the drone company Dragonfly.

The department also prepares to utilize drone innovation to impose social distancing at beaches, train stations, parks and other areas where individuals gather together.

This technology not only improves the security of our officers and the general public, but the concept of utilizing drones stays a go-to technology for reaching the most remote locations with little to no workforce required, said Westport Chief of Cops, Foti Koskinas.

Westport Police Department has been using drones because 2016.

The department s drone-pilot, Captain Ryan Paulsson, said, we are modeling the future of drone integration in public safety by utilizing Draganfly s innovation as first responders.

As of Tuesday, Fairfield County, where Westport lies, has seen 306 coronavirus cases and 34 deaths from the illness.

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