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Covid-19 Advance Multipurpose Robot for City

EasyChair Preprint no. 4524

4 pagesDate: November 7, 2020


 The current outbreak of pneumonia caused by a new coronavirus (COVID- 19) in China is affecting an unexpected risk to normal global health. The spread of this coronavirus to humans has increased dramatically because most of them do not understand the common symptoms of the virus or the flu. Due to the rapid growth rate, at present, infrared thermometers are widely used to monitor body temperature in densely populated areas. At the time of writing, the number of cases of COVID-19 cases worldwide had reached more than 42 million. The IoT revolution re-creates modern health care systems by integrating the technical, economic and social context. Since the beginning of the epidemic, there has been an urgent effort in a different research community to use various technologies to combat this global threat, and IoT technology is one of the pioneers in this area. Through early diagnosis of IoT, patient monitoring, and effective procedures described after the patient's recovery. IoT-based solutions against COVID-19 in three main phases, including early diagnosis, duration, and post-recovery. Therefore, rapid and accurate detection of coronavirus is why it has become increasingly critical. The proposed design has the ability to use Virtual Reality or VR so the live video scanning process will monitor with a VR screen to make it more realistic and minimal.

Keyphrases: COVID19, Healthcare, IoT

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  author = {Sneha Bhange and Durga Kashyap and Heena Kachhela and Abhay Revatkar},
  title = {Covid-19 Advance Multipurpose Robot for City},
  howpublished = {EasyChair Preprint no. 4524},

  year = {EasyChair, 2020}}
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