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  • Over 9 lakh people screened for Covid-19 by more than 1,200 teams conducting household rounds.
  • Abu Dhabi police will start using live biometric facial recognition technology, embedded in smart bars on top of their patrol cars, to optimize criminal investigations and operations, writes...
  • Dubai: Dubai Police is using smart helmet that uses thermal screening on people using public transportation in the emirate in a step to prevent spread of COVID-19. 
  • Canadian drone maker Draganfly is collaborating with the Australian Department of Defense and the University of South Australia to tackle the coronavirus.
  • Treviolo: The hovering drone emits a mechanical buzz reminiscent of a wasp and shouts down instructions in a tinny voice.

  • Apr 09, 2020 (AB Digital via COMTEX) -- Video surveillance hardware segment to hold largest share of the market.

  • [Shenzhen, China, April 8, 2020] Recently, HUAWEI CLOUD announced that they launched a global action plan to help customers around the world to fight COVID-19 with cloud and AI services. 
  • Governments throughout the GCC — a group of countries in the Middle East that includes Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Oman, Kuwait and the United Arab Emirates — have enacted some of world’s strictest ...
  • Chinese authorities trying to prevent another outbreak are using smartphone software to monitor citizens' health and dictate where they go.
  • Dubai Police will use Artificial Intelligence before deciding whether or not to issue fines to people for moving about during the 24-hour coronavirus sterilisation programme.
  • Atos, a global leader in digital transformation, has been commissioned to develop and implement an Epidemic Management System (EMS) to support the control of the spread of infectious diseases.
  • LYON, France – With COVID-19 drastically changing the law enforcement landscape, INTERPOL has issued a global threat assessment on crime and policing to its 194 member countries.
  • This initiative comes as a response to a national shortage threat of medical equipment meant to treat patients diagnosed with COVID-19 and protect healthcare workers.
  • James Gagliano is a military veteran who went on to a 25-year career in the FBI. There he served as the FBI’s Crisis Management Coordinator for its New York Division, overseeing critical incident resp ...
  • As Russian cities go into lockdown to try to contain coronavirus, Moscow is using the latest technology to keep track of residents.
  • Dubai Police have launched an SMS alerts service that enables the force to broadcast awareness messages and safety alerts to BMW and Mercedes owners across the emirates.
  • The UAE has the will and uses all the possible resources to protect each and every individual in the country, regardless of the person's nationality, race or gender.
  • In response to this growing crisis, many agencies and entities are turning to AI and related technologies for support in unique and innovative ways.
  • Enova ROBOTICS

    02 Apr 2020
    Controlled remotely from the Interior Ministry's Command & Control room, P-Guard robots assist tunisian police in law enforcement and peacekeeping during this period of crisis.
  • The biggest opportunity for cyber attackers with this outbreak has nothing to do with technology, but with how humans change their behavior and patterns in response to the crisis.

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