AI machine has been placed on Indore Airport for monitored after entering the airport.
While maintaining social distance is a more important factor in the midst of the COVID-19 epidemic, Indore Devi Ahilya Bai Holkar Airport has introduced a next-generation and innovative technology to sustain it. The airport administration has installed a smart machine with artificial intelligence-based sensors that message people to maintain a safe distance when found in close proximity.
The machine is placed at the airport departure gate on an experimental basis so that people entering the airport can be monitored after entering the airport. It delivers messages in both Hindi and English languages. “Door Rahiye, Surakshit Rahiye and keep distance, stay safe“, this says by the machine and it makes all people feel close to each other.
BJP MP Shankar Lalwani inaugurated the machine at Indore Airport on Wednesday. Lalwani stated, ” Everyone seems to be masked, but Individuals do not keep a social distance. We are able to observe solely social distancing and put on masks to forestall unfold of the virus. For this function, the Indore Airport Authority has put in this machine.
Lalwani stated, “If one doesn’t observe the norms of social steadiness, the system resorts to the message – ‘Door Rahiye, Surakshit Rahiye‘ to alert the particular person.”
He also noted the baggage cleaning machine installed at the airport and congratulated the airport authority for implementing such security measures. He said that PPE kits would also be provided to passengers in future.
According to data provided by the district health department, 46 new coronavirus cases were reported in Indore on Wednesday. The COVID-19 cases in the district are 4,507, including 3,344 discharge and 211 deaths. This is the alarming increase in COVID-19 cases across the country and the Madhya Pradesh COVID-19 cases increased by 12,448, in which 2441 are active,9473 have recovered and 534 death as per the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare.
(With ANI inputs)