UAE NEWS: Covid-19 How Abu Dhabi’s EDE scanner works

If the scanner identifies the person as infected, they will not be allowed to enter the designated areas.

Earlier this week, Abu Dhabi authorities announced that EDE Covid-19 scanners would be installed in shopping malls, other residences, and at all entrances to the ground and air to detect Covid-19 infections.

The decision is part of the emperor’s commitment to further improving Covid-19 monitoring measures that protect public health using the latest technology.

Abu Dhabi residents praise new EDE scanners

EDE scanning technology will also play an important role in reducing Covid-19 transmission by establishing safer areas under a series of prevention processes.

According to authorities, if the scanner identifies the person as infected with Covid-19, they will not be allowed to enter the designated areas. They must follow the approved procedure and perform a PCR test within 24 hours.

Here’s an explanation of how technology works:

  • The system includes an EDE detector that collects electric waves within 5m radius.
  • When a person enters that radius, the electric waves change.
  • Machine learning algorithm compares data compared to a unique Covid-19 RNA molecule.
  • If you are diagnosed with HIV, the person may be infected and should have a PCR test within 24 hours. If it is negative, they can enter the area.
  • This program is an additional precautionary measure in supermarkets, other residences, and land and air checkpoints across the emirate.

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