Really A Robot
We have developed a robot, which can scan a person’s Coronapass and temperature, detect face mask and access whether it is worn correctly. The device is named #NoFever and it can automatically adjust to the user’s height, and most importantly, it is GDPR compliant. #NoFever can be placed at entrances of buildings or properties to ensure a more thorough visitor checking to limit the spread of COVID-19, completely automatically- without using manual labour.
Our sales campaign was launched in June 2021. The current #NoFever market consists of businesses, organisations, and public institutions in Denmark, however, we intend to acquire a target market in other countries in the nearest future. Significantly, #NoFever has a perspective of a long-term product life after the pandemic, ensuring security entry system: scanning tickets, performing identity validation and temperature checks, guiding, etc.
The core team consists of Co-founder & CEO Jevgenijs Galaktionovs, Co-founder & CTO Hugo Markoff and Co-founder & CXO Andreas Hein Hoffmann. Together we encompass experience in fields such as artificial intelligence, machine learning, programming, sensors, electronics, product design, kinematics, dynamics, computer vision, neural networks, complex mobile robotics, and user experience. Considering our knowledge and background, the future plan entails development of many more innovative robotic solutions.
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