KUALA LUMPUR (May 17): Green Packet Bhd has deployed its KipleLive thermal scanners in Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia’s Hospital Canselor Tuanku Muhriz (HCTM) to help the hospital adhere to the standard operating procedures outlined by the Government more efficiently.
In a statement today, the group said the hospital has already installed the artificial intelligence (AI) thermal scanners at the main entrance of the lobby as well as other entrances that are accessible to staff, visitors and patients.
Green Packet said HCTM has been studying ways to speed up the registration process of staff, visitors and patients without compromising on safety.
“With digital technologies that are able to streamline procedures and AI thermal scanners that can scan and measure each and every individual body temperature who enter the premises within seconds, all the manual work can be greatly reduced as well as the required manpower,” it said.
KipleLive is a community-based safety solution that is recently incorporated with a built-in framework for outbreak prevention.
Comprising AI thermal scanners, an app for users, and a backend platform for management, it helps the hospital to adhere to the stringent SOPs outlined by the Government including having accurate contact tracing while allowing the hospital to operate at its full capacity through digitisation.
“We are pleased to be a technology partner for HCTM,” said Green Packet managing director and CEO Puan Chan Cheong. “I hope that more and more healthcare practitioners will follow suit and leverage on the power of digital technologies to combat the spread of the coronavirus.”
Green Packet, via its associate G3 Global Bhd, had previously installed AI thermal scanners in a number of buildings in Malaysia, including Istana Negara, Parliament and the KL International Airport.
Other places that have installed the device include Paradigm Mall, The Ascent Corporate Towers, Pavilion Tower, Rafflesia Private and International Schools, The Star Media Group, Sin Chew Daily and Desa Park International School.
Recently, Green Packet partnered with the United Chinese School Committee’ Association of Malaysia to deploy KipleLive thermal scanners to 63 independent Chinese secondary schools nationwide.