CEO of Everguard, whose entrepreneurial skills have helped him develop teams, products, and new markets across technologies and industries.
While the concept of self-driving automobiles only gained popularity in the last few decades, the vision of a fully autonomous vehicle was first introduced at the World’s Fair in 1939 by industrialist Norman Bel Geddes. Geddes had a dream of “devices which will correct the faults of human beings as drivers,” according to his book Magic Motorways.
Unfortunately, Geddes was on to something. The tragic reality is that today, 94% of serious crashes are due to human error. That is why automakers and tech heavyweights have partnered to bring Geddes’ vision to life. If most serious crashes are due to human error, it only makes sense to eliminate the human component of driving by deploying fully autonomous vehicles. But how?
Applying Sensor Fusion And AI Technology To Maximize Safety
Top 5 Considerations When Implementing Temperature Screening Technology
Human Temperature Screening solutions will be critical in outlining a new normal to keep people safe and reduce business risk and liabilities.
By Rich Mellot
Sep 18, 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic has posed ongoing challenges for various industries, but it has also kindled an incredible amount of innovation. Existing security technologies have been modified to help mitigate the exposure of symptomatic individuals in the workplace, while others have been developed to help organizations rethink workplace safety and security altogether. Demand for one such technology has exploded in recent months, quickly becoming one of the most talked-about security solutions: human temperature screening (HTS).
While these devices are becoming increasingly critical in helping organizations create safer, healthier environments, they come with various compliance considerations and regulatory requirements that leave many businesses wondering where human temperature screening fits into their overall