The SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus is here to stay. And so humanity works to adapt, including technology. Israel It is one of the countries where we work to manufacture tools that allow us not only to detect the virus but also to have safe mobility, especially when traveling.
"The great experience obtained with this global pandemic has made it clear that there must be a restructuring in travel habits, which must adapt to the demands and modalities of the new normal. Among the main ones is avoiding crowds, previous coronavirus tests to travel, to name a few, " Forbes.
There are various inventions to facilitate our mobilization. From masks to use for several hours or systems to quickly detect the covid. Everything is valid at the time of stopping the advance of the pandemic of the coronavirus.
Here are some of the tools:
Rapid detection of coronavirus
A test that gives results in a minute is what is produced by the Defense Research and Development Directorate (Mafát) of Israel. "Unlike current tests that can take at least two days, this technology will allow its application at airports before boarding the flight," the publication said.
In public spaces this device could be installed that captures odors that, according to some scientists, people with covid emanate. Nanoscent is the company that makes it.
Temi is called the robot that Rafael builds to replace part of the medical staff of hospitals and thus avoid exposure to patients with covid.
Masks to wear for hours
Using this implement, although it is a necessity, can be annoying for a long time. On trips it would be very useful to have a mouth mask that allows you to breathe without problems and that is what the Meir Hospital in Kfar Saba, the Israel Border Police and the Israel Counter-Terrorism Unit (Yamam) are working on.
Thermal imaging and heat scanning
This would make passenger admission or terminal access processes easier. "The video company Hikvision, in collaboration with HVI Security Solutions, Group C Data and Team 3, are working on a project that emits thermal images by doing a heat scan on large groups of people at the same time."
It is planned to be used in museums, airports and restaurants. The Mayanei Hayeshua Medical Center ensures that with this special technology the risk of contagion in closed spaces can be reduced.
Binah.ai designs an application that could perform remote tests and control heart rate, oxygen saturation level and stress. It works with algorithms and artificial intelligence. The goal is to detect the disease in less than two minutes.
See-True develops a program to detect threats and resolve alarms to critical health systems, such as X-rays and computed tomography. (I)