Thursday, September 23

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coronavirus, Covid 19, medidas sanitarias, Noticias, robot, robot patrulla, Salud, singapur

This robot monitors compliance with sanitary measures | Digital Trends Spanish

It has been proven that the application of vaccines and the adoption of different health measures have been the best way to combat the coronavirus. The problem is that sometimes it is difficult for the authorities to check whether people actually comply with the different rules. Therefore, Singapore has found in technology a good way to verify compliance with these measures. Xavier is a patrol robot that takes care to ensure that people do not congregate in public places, at least in groups that exceed five people. It is an autonomous robot, equipped with sensors, night vision and cameras with 360-degree vision. At the moment, the prototype is being tested in public places such as squares, helping the police to prevent crowds from forming. During September, Xavier will monitor groups of...
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Apple will soon open the world’s first floating store | Digital Trends Spanish

Singapore has two Apple stores in its territory, however, it is now preparing to open a third that promises to become the most exotic and spectacular in the world: it will be floating. In Singapore City, and on the promenade officially known as Marina Bay Sands, this place will be located on the water. The Web page Apple's for retail location says the company will "soon open the doors" to the new store, which will be the third to open in the region in just over three years. “Soon we will open the doors of our new store by the bay. Apple Marina Bay Sands will be at the heart of creativity, a place we've created for you to capture your ideas and passions. It will be a space for you to explore, connect and create something new. We can't wait to see where your imaginati...
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The sound of the key opening a door makes you vulnerable | Digital Trends Spanish

A research team from the National University of Singapore found that the sounds that the ridges of a key make when inserted into a pin tumbler lock can only suggest the shape of the lock and its subsequent key with moderate accuracy. This highlights the vulnerability of one of the busiest locksmith systems in the world, reported Gizmodo. According to experts, the sound recorded by a telephone is enough to capture all the information necessary to create a functional duplicate of a key. Cyber-physical systems researcher Soundarya Ramesh and a team from the National University of Singapore created software they called SpiKey, and put themselves in the shoes of an alleged domestic assailant. Unplash “In this article, we propose SpiKey, a novel attack that significantly redu...
coronavirus, COVID19, Drones, Noticias, Salud, singapur

They monitor social distancing with autonomous drones | Digital Trends Spanish

As the lack of confidence progresses in many countries, ensuring that people comply with social distancing measures, necessary to avoid the risks of the spread of the coronavirus, has become a challenge for the authorities. But the Singapore police seem to have found a solution. In conjunction with the government Agency for Science and Technology of the Local Team (HTX), it is testing two drones without pilots to verify compliance with prevention measures. The 10-kilo (22-pound) devices are programmed to track anomalies, such as gatherings of people, and transmit these sequences to the police. According to Low Hsien Meng, of the Center for Robotics, Automation and Unmanned Systems of the HTXThe ships can identify locations and zoom in on areas that may not be visible t...
Betadina, coronavirus, Covid 19, Gárgaras, japon, Noticias, Povidona yodada, Salud, singapur

Gargling with this drug kills COVID-19? | Digital Trends Spanish

Betadine is a topical antiseptic product that is used to treat germ infections and a study of Duke-NUS School of Medicine in Singapore, confirms that it is effective against the spread of COVID-19. The research was first published through the Infectious Disease and Therapy Journal on July 8. According to the study, antiseptic products such as betadine, namely Solution (10% PVP-I), Skin Cleanser (7.5% PVP-I), Gargle and Mouthwash (1.0% PVP-I) and Throat Spray (0.45% PVP-I) can destroy 99.9% of coronavirus as fast as in 30 seconds. The CEO of Mundipharma (one of the distributors of the drug), Raman Singh, commented on the true effectiveness of this treatment. "These results confirm our view that antiseptic products such as betadine, used appropriately and in conjunction ...