In the near future, drones that can detect fevers and coughs will take to the skies

Date:9 June 2022 Author: Juandre

The CEO of Draganfly, Cameron Chell, claims that his company’s health-monitoring drone—a modified Draganflyer Commander quadcopter, complete with Australian software—can detect whether individuals are maintaining social distance and wearing masks in parks, beaches, and other public locations. Health indications such as temperature and coughing can also be detected by the drone.

The Commander is an electric, autonomous quadcopter drone with replaceable payloads for a variety of missions requiring high resolution photography, such as surveying, 3D mapping, industrial inspection, search and rescue, and high-endurance public safety applications.

It has two redundant smart batteries and a set of automatic operating functions to ensure that jobs are completed efficiently and safely.

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