A Singaporean company has come up with a way to help enforce social distancing in crowded areas with sensors in the ceilings of crowded venues checking physical distances between people.A Singaporean company has come up with a way to help enforce social distancing in crowded areas with sensors in the ceilings of crowded venues checking physical distances between people.
A Singaporean company has come up with a way to help enforce social distancing in crowded areas with sensors in the ceilings of crowded venues checking physical distances between people.

Singaporean company’s new tech to police social distancing will raise alarm when people are too close

  • Sensors measure the distance between individuals and trigger alerts; the system can be also used with wristbands that track wearers’ location
  • With governments increasingly adopting emerging tech to stem the spread of Covid-19, concerns have been raised over privacy, security and surveillance
Topic |   Wellness
A Singaporean company has come up with a way to help enforce social distancing in crowded areas with sensors in the ceilings of crowded venues checking physical distances between people.A Singaporean company has come up with a way to help enforce social distancing in crowded areas with sensors in the ceilings of crowded venues checking physical distances between people.
A Singaporean company has come up with a way to help enforce social distancing in crowded areas with sensors in the ceilings of crowded venues checking physical distances between people.
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