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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 people in Toa Payoh Central, with the aim, according to authorities, to detect “undesirable social behavior.”

IF SIRI WAS A SNITCH! Robocop on patrol in Singapore stopping undesirable behavior like smoking and illegal parking!

A new AI-powered robot called ‘Xavier’ is hitting the streets of Singapore in a trial to battle petty offenses like smoking, hanging out in groups more

& mdash; Naren Mukherjee 🇮🇳 (@ narendra52) September 7, 2021

According to the Science and Technology Agency of the Singapore National Team, Xavier will also be able to detect behaviors that are not allowed such as smoking in disabled places or vehicles that are parked where they do not belong.

If any of these cases are found, the robot will send a notification to the control panel and will display a warning message on its screen to warn the people who commit the fault.

Singapore wants these robots to become a support for police officers on foot. If the trial period is successful, the country plans to mass-produce more prototypes.

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