Drones used to find people with COVID-19 symptoms or violating social distancing

Drones used to find people with COVID-19 symptoms or violating social distancing

Digital Trends reports drones are being tested by police in Australia and soon in Connecticut to spot people with COVID-19 symptoms and monitor compliance with social distancing. The company Draganfly makes coronavirus-seeking drones that are equipped with special sensors and computer vision technology and can identify fever, heart and respiratory rate of individuals from a distance of 190 feet.

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Sounds like a great time to start target practice. Because after the virus is gone, the drones will still be there.

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