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COVID-19: Hyderabad start-up company creates unique way to take attendence of employees

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COVID-19: Hyderabad start-up company creates unique way to take attendence of employees

COVID-19: Hyderabad start-up company creates unique way to take attendence of employees

A start-up company at Hyderabad invented contactless, facial-recognition based thermal screening of employees.

This step was taken to avoid spread of coronavirus infection.

Sushanth, CEO of Arvi Healthcare while speaking to ANI said, "In times of COVID-19, Arvi thermal kiosks provide a smart, safe and seamless thermal screening experience at workplace.

Our made in India solution provides contactless, facial-recognition based thermal screening experience to walk-ins integrated with visitor management, employees access control and attendance solutions.

All kiosks are integrated with Aarogya Setu app to provide a safe screening experience."

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