MOD-601 system consists dynamic real-time screening camera installed on special stand with cameras tray and computer. The camera is fitted with RGB sensor, temperature transmitter, two 3D sensors and thermal sensor for infrared thermal imaging.

Artificial Intelligence (AI) video analytics software continuously collects data, calculate the vital signs values, display measurement results, compare these results with normal ranges and provide output for access control.

Vital signs monitoring (Body temperature, Pulse rate and Respiration rate) is mainly used at control gates and enables the most accurate and fastest screening of persons at the following locations:

  • Industrial Facilities
  • Hospitals
  • Marketplaces
  • Offices & Government Buildings
  • Airports & Border Control
  • Retirement Homes
  • Schools and Universities
Body Temperature Heart Rate (HR) Respiratory Rate (RR)
Sensors Thermal sensor

RGB sensor

3D sensor

RTD sensor

RGB sensor

3D sensor

RTD sensor

Thermal sensor

3D sensor

RTD sensor

Detection accuracy ± 0.5 °C ± 5 BPM ± 2 BPM
Measuring speed 0.7 – 2 seconds 20-30 seconds 20-30 seconds
Detection Distance 0.2-2 m 0.5-1 m 0.5-1 m

 

The implemented in MOD-601 early warning score (EWS) is based on a guide used by medical services to quickly determine the degree of illness of a patient. It is based on the vital signs which were developed in the late 1990s when studies showed that in-hospital deterioration and cardiac arrest was often preceded by a period of increasing abnormalities in the vital signs.

 

The resulting observations are compared to a normal range to generate a single composite score, based on the following diagram (an early modified EWS):

Score 3 2 1 0 1 2 3
Respiratory rate (breaths/min) >35 31-35 21-30 9-20 <7
Temperature (C) >38.9 38-38.9 36-37.9 35-35.9 34-34.9 <34
Heart rate (bpm) >129 110-129 100-109 50-99 40-49 30-39 <30

 

In a pandemic like COVID-19, rapid assessment of persons is essential. A fast and easily calculated score, such as NEWS (National Early Warning Score) could help to provide facility-based surveillance for healthcare-associated infections, including infections in healthcare workers and inpatients, which is one of core components of infection prevention and control.

 

The implemented in MOD-601 vital signs screening and early warning functionality, enables to effectively perform multi-parameter screening to identify COVID-19 infected persons. NEWS methodology can be effectively deployed using the early warning score data provided by MOD-601.

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