US: Indian-origin man builds internet thermometer to monitor children in schools
Washington : Corona vaccination has been widely used in the United States. Soon all restrictions are being lifted.The country is also all set to open schools. Now school children in New York City, USA will be tested with a smart thermometer. Significantly, the thermometer will be connected to the Internet, through which children will get real-time data on fever or other symptoms. It will help in quick tests, diagnosis and early treatment.
Thermometer made by a person of Indian descent
This thermometer is made by Kinsa, a company of Inder Singh of Indian origin. He is its CEO. Are The startup has surpassed even government health agencies in diagnosing diseases. It detected abnormal fever and symptoms in Corona 18 days before the government.
“It does not mean we are smart but we have accurate and better data,” says Inder Singh. The company plans to supply 100,000 such thermometers to elementary schools in New York. So he has an agreement with the New York Department of Health.
Dr. Jay Verma, Senior Health Advisor to New York Mayor Bill de Blasio, explains that during the Kovid epidemic, we have learned a very important lesson about how important it is to have the right timing and accurate information about an illness. The first phase has already started last month. Under this 5000 thermometers have been provided free of cost to teachers, staff and parents of children in 50 schools of the city.
The thermometer will send real time data
As soon as someone uses a thermometer when they feel mildly weak or sick, it will immediately send a signal of their illness to the health department or authorities. This will give the city a chance to warn against flu and other infectious diseases and to be prepared for emergencies.