Toronto, ON / April 19, 2021/ Predictmedix Inc. (CSE:PMED) (OTCQB:PMEDF) (“Predictmedix” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce deployment of Safe Entry Stations at 4 key office towers in downtown Calgary and Edmonton in partnership with Apsen Properties and Juiceworks Exhibits (Juiceworks). Calgary’s The Edison, Palliser Complex, The Ampersand and Edmonton’s Bell Tower are raising the bar by providing a completely voluntary infectious disease symptom screening option for their tenants. This is a multi-unit, 24 month contract.
Safe Entry Stations are powered by artificial intelligence (AI). Military-grade multispectral cameras use thermal imaging and a proprietary hardware configuration to capture data patterns that are analyzed instantly. They provide an immediate assessment of individuals looking to access shared spaces by screening for multiple symptoms associated with infectious diseases, such as COVID-19. Moreover, the technology is 100% non-invasive, expediting the screening process even at high volume locations.
Safe Entry was first brought to Aspen’s Co-founder, Scott Hutcheson’s attention, by long-time friend Michelle Cameron Coulter. Alberta’s first Olympic Gold Medal Winner and an active member of multiple community organizations, Coulter commented: “As soon as I learned about Safe Entry, I knew I wanted to be involved. Having the opportunity to play a part in helping re-open our City, Province and Country is an incredible honour. This ground-breaking technology can meaningfully improve our current quality of life. I am not surprised that the team at Aspen chose to lead the way in our city.
“We are happy to have Safe Entry Stations in our buildings,” affirms R. Scott Hutcheson, Executive Chair, Aspen Properties. “This form of high volume symptom screening has added an innovative tool to our properties, and offers peace of mind to our tenants and guests in these uncertain times.”
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