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Thailand’s first “patrol robot” began doing the rounds in Bangkok’s Chaeng Wattana government complex on Thursday.
The robot can detect people’s body temperature and if they are wearing a mask, and will issue warnings to violators in English and Thai. It can also keep track of PM2.5 pollution levels.
The yet-to-be-named robot is still in the trial phase and will be fully launched next week. The robots will be controlled by the security guards in the complex.
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Robots to start patrolling Chaeng Wattana govt complex from next weekRobots to start patrolling Chaeng Wattana govt complex from next week
Published : October 07, 2021
By : THE NATION