Promobot, a Russian manufacturer of robots that secured financing from the Far East High Technology Fund this April, has commercialised its Thermo-Control package (https://thermo-control.ru/) for non-touch express diagnostics of human health in public areas.
The solution is already under implementation by Russian businesses: the terminals have been installed at the entrance of Novatek’s research and development centre in Tyumen, at Uralchem’s fertilizers production facility. Yet another terminal has been installed at the Territorial Clinical Hospital in Perm. The companies based in the Russian Far East have similar plans for the solution.
The terminals are equipped with a non-touch thermometer and a display. In the basic version, the display shows notifications and temperature measurement results. The advanced version is equipped with a face recognition system – it may be integrated with the company’s security systems. Thus, the terminal is capable of restricting access to the building if a certain person has a fever.
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The Far East High Technology Fund was established in 2018 under the instructions of Vladimir Putin, President of the Russian Federation, and Yuri Trutnev, Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation and Presidential Plenipotentiary Envoy to the Far Eastern Federal District. The Fund invests in promising hi-tech projects and localisation projects in the Russian Far East, its capital is 5 bln roubles. The Fund supports hi-tech projects in IT, robotics, industrial IoT, energy storage, projects involving end-to-end technologies, etc.
The Fund’s investment portfolio includes companies from the Far East – Visitech LLC and Hotlead LLC, a manufacturer of Multikubik portable projectors (Cinemood), a manufacturer of supercapacitors and hybrid storage units for transport and energy facilities (Titan Power Solutions), and a manufacturer of service androids (Promobot).