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Testing right / This is a health detector for the homeless

Testing right
Testing right

As virus outbreaks happen internationally and threaten the lives of millions of people worldwide, tracking every citizen's health data has become a priority. Testing POD provides the homeless with a self-checking station that exchanges the patient's data for a safe isolated sleeping space. Upon inserting an ID card, the user's basic physical check-up is carried out in exchange for safe isolated sleeping space for the day. The user's health data is uploaded to the cloud and shared with regional hospitals. This helps to track the health status of the population on the move and avoid missing the golden hour treatment.

University

Asia University

Asia University
Taichung, Taiwan

Chih-Chi Ko,
Asia University

TAO, YEN-TUNG,
Asia University