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San Francisco – June 3, 2020
Silicon Canals – Coronavirus: How Will Airports Be Safe Again? These European Startups Are Trying to Find the Answers
While airports are gearing up to take travelers to the skies once again, there are major challenges that airlines face including social distancing, health checkups and more to prevent the travel hubs and terminals from becoming potential breeding grounds of the virus.
Aurora, Ohio – May 28, 2020
VANTIQ, RoviSys Partnership Expedites Development of Applications to Counter COVID-19 In Industrial Environments
VANTIQ and RoviSys today announced a new partnership to develop applications that detect and contain COVID-19 in critical life science, food & beverage, and airport environments, amongst others.
San Francisco – May 28, 2020
CruiseCritic – Why Germ-Zapping Robots and AI Technology Could Be the Future For Cruise Ships
The use of advanced technology is likely to play a key role in keeping people healthy on cruise ships, according to travel and technology industry experts.
Singapore – May 28, 2020
AIThority – Singapore Chooses VANTIQ to Support Digital Transformation Projects
VANTIQ announced that it was enrolled by Singapore’s Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA) to join a select group of innovative technology companies helping local government agencies and enterprises develop transformative digital tools.
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San Francisco – May 24, 2020
TechTarget – Safety Vs. Privacy in the Age of Coronavirus Raises Tech Questions
To slow the spread of the coronavirus, governments and organizations are using contact tracing and thermal imaging for fever detection, but these methods carry privacy concerns.
San Francisco – May 24, 2020
SiliconANGLE – Seven Technologies and Trends the COVID-19 Pandemic Will Accelerate
Crisis plants the seeds of ingenuity, and as the world struggles out of the COVID-19 pandemic and into an unknown new normal, it’s clear that entire industries will be transformed by innovations that have emerged to combat the disease.
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