Thermocontrol contactless screening stations by Promobot will be shipped to the United Arab Emirates. Two hundred devices are expected to arrive in Dubai by April 2021 as a part of the agreement between Promobot Corp. and Robotic Generation Electronic LLC.
Robotic Generation Electronic expects to receive the first 10 devices in July. The company represents Promobot in the Middle East region and operates in such markets as Saudi Arabia, Oman, and Kuwait.
— Every day we are getting new purchase requests from our partners in the Middle Eastern countries for Thermocontrol stations. These devices are far ahead of similar solutions in the market in a lot of ways. Their measurements are very accurate, they are really quick and easy to use, they can be integrated with external systems. Our marketing analysis predicts a significant demand for Thermocontrol stations, ― says Nabil Memus, CEO of Robotic Generation Electronic.
Promobot Thermocontrol provides temperature checks that take just 5 seconds. The whole measurement process is contactless and the temperature can be measured at a distance of up to 25 cm with 0.2 °C accuracy. One station can conduct more than 500 measurements per hour. Thermocontrol features a height-adjustable temperature sensor, face recognition camera, an LCD-screen, speakers, and a full metal body.
— The Middle Eastern market has been a very promising sector for us for a long time. Promobot robots work in Dubai Mall, the world’s largest mall, as well as the Abu-Dhabi Police Department, National Bank of Oman, Kuwait clinics, and Saudi Arabia schools. Temperature screening solutions are currently in demand due to the pandemic; we are sure this won’t be the last time we will have shipped Thermocontrol stations to the Middle East, ― says Oleg Kivokurtsev, CBDO of Promobot.
Earlier this year, Thermocontrol stations were shipped to Germany and Greece. It is expected that more than 100 devices will function in Europe throughout the year, with total contract prices reaching half a million Euro.
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