COVID-19: Indian Oil’s Northern Regional Office employs AI-Powered Entry Station

New Delhi: In its efforts to combat the COVID19 pandemic IndianOil has employed an Artificial intelligence-powered device to screen all individuals entering its Northern Regional Office premises. The Safe Entry Station was inaugurated by Ranjan Kumar Mohapatra, Director (HR) in the presence of other senior officials.

The Safe Entry Station is an AI-driven contactless automatic symptom detection device. It monitors Infectious Disease Symptom and identifies potential presence of COVID-19 symptoms such as fatigue, headache, coughing, sneezing, blood flow, sweat gland activation, metabolism, fever along with other key determinant factors.

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Indian Oil has remained at the forefront of energising the nation in these difficult times. Braving the risks of COVID19, Indian Oil and its extended family continue to perform their duties with utmost commitment and dedication.

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