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Several Covid-19 prevention devices invented

Saturday, 19/06/2021, 16:38 [GMT+7]

Several Covid-19 prevention devices invented

Telecommunications University has successfully created some devices for Covid-19 prevention and control with remarkably automatic disinfection booths.
 
Lieutenant Tran The Nghiep, Head of Data Transmission Subject, Telecommunications Department, Telecommunications University, is in charge of the research on an automatic disinfection booth. In late May 2021, an automatic disinfection cabin was effectively put into use at National Defense and Security Center, Telecommunications University, Ninh Sim Commune, Ninh Hoa Town. 
 
Those working or taking courses at other units, when returning, are disinfected in the  automatic disinfection booths. The  spray system consists of fogging nozzles with automatic activation feature of the sensor. When the disinfection process begins, the spray touches every part of the human body and all other surfaces like clothes, shoes and bags to curb the spread of the virus.
 

 

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Automatic disinfection booth installed at the unit.
 
The automatic disinfection booth has 2 basic modes available for specific uses to save disinfectants, spraying 7 liters of disinfectants per hour at most. The machine is programmed to welcome and thank users when the disinfection process completes. The power supply, 220VAC, is convenient. The 20 liter container of disinfectants is suitable for disinfection at the entrance and exit.
 
Telecommunications University is specialized in research on advanced scientific and technological products in the fight against Covid-19 according to the Ministry of Health’s Covid-19 precautions. Some products have been put into use and showed effective in military units or other localities such as automatic disinfection booths, integrated body temperature monitoring devices, etc., according to Colonel Duong Khanh Toan, Deputy Principal of Telecommunications University.
 
Earlier, in April, 2020, the university researched and put the body temperature check devices and automatic hand dispensers in use, helping to improve health safety against the pandemic by temperature check and hand washing at the entrance. After a period of trial use at the university, the product has been supplied at the Telecommunications Headquarter and some other facilities for Covid-19 control and prevention.
 
The university is designing an automatic disinfection cabin for vehicles. The cabin is designed to work for 24/24 hours, disinfecting over 4-50 seat vehicles. The products can be used for disinfecting vehicles going through factories, industrial zones and quarantine checkpoints.
 
The university has recently created some other products for Covid-19 prevention and control, applying  the advanced Internet of Things (IoT) technology with facial recognition to identify people going through industrial zones and crowded areas. The products have been commercialized for 2 Japanese enterprises (mines) and in  a commercialization process for some schools and manufacturing facilities in the central region and the Highlands, according to Colonel Tran Van Thuan, Director of the Center of Information Technology and Foreign Technology, the Telecommunications University.
 
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Translated by N.T