The same sterilization method has been used in hospitals and laboratories for more than 50 years.
The concept promises to make medical care safer while helping deliver care to more people.
Ergonomically designed for comfort, the solution ensures the fastest and easiest evacuation of vulnerable or immobile occupants.
The light shows red and only turns green when there is enough space inside for the next customer to enter.
During pandemics and the flu season, it is critical to keep people safe and this scalable system means organizations don't have to check people one-by-one for fever.
It was transported as if it was a shipping container and then folded out to make larger spaces...
Originally used to detect opioid use, the technology was later expanded to give health departments a more accurate picture of the prevalence of the coronavirus.
It has been available for purchase since September 2019 but it was during the COVID-19 outbreak when it got into the spotlight.
Dubbed the "pandemic drone," it can be fitted with a specialized sensor and computer vision system that can monitor temperature, heart and respiratory rates.