Robots roaming the streets in Singapore to monitor negative behaviours


Over the course of three weeks, Singapore is testing two robots that patrol the streets to monitor ‘social behaviours’
Negativity” such as smoking in prohibited places and violating the rules of social separation to prevent the Corona virus.

Technology website Phys.org reported that these robots called “Xavier” are equipped with cameras that can capture 360-degree video clips, as well as sensors in order to move safely among the public on the streets to analyze any potential violations of safety rules. the public.

A press release from the Science and Technology Authority of Singapore stated that if the Xavier robot detects any negative behaviors, it will notify the responsible officer at its control center, so that specialists can respond to such behavior.
Violations may be attended in person or remotely through the interactive screen installed in the robot.

Five government agencies in Singapore are participating in the testing of these robots.
“The deployment of these ground robots will help strengthen control and law enforcement resources, as well as reduce the need to use our officers on field patrols,” said Lily Ling, director of the East Singapore Food Control Agency.

The Science and Technology Authority stated that the new robots will monitor five major violations, namely smoking in prohibited places, illegal selling of goods, placing bicycles in places not designated for this purpose, and gatherings.
That violates the rules of prevention from Corona, and finally the use of scooters and other means of transportation in pedestrian paths.





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