{Disarmed} Singapore already uses patrol robots: night vision and 360º cameras to monitor that groups of more than five people do not form

Singapore already uses patrol robots: night vision and 360º cameras to monitor that groups of more than five people do not form

Xavier is his name and the Singapore authorities are already using it to patrol the city and ensure that anticovid measures are met, including avoiding crowds of more than five people. It is an autonomous robot, equipped with sensors, night vision and cameras with 360-degree vision.

The robot is being tested in public areas to help patrols and to check that large groups do not form. For the next three weeks, these robots will monitor crowds in Toa Payoh Central in order to detect "undesirable social behavior."

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A robot that will also detect smokers or illegal sellers

As described by HTX (Singapore National Team Science and Technology Agency), Xavier will also be able to detect inappropriate behaviors such as smoking in prohibited areas, vendors without a permit or the wrong parking of bicycles and motorcycles.

In case of detecting one of these cases, the robot will send a message to the control center and display a warning message on its screen to alert passersby.

The robot has four wheels and different sensors and cameras in the upper area. The video captured by its cameras is analyzed by the robot itself with its artificial intelligence algorithms and is capable of avoiding obstacles , both stationary and dynamic, as well as following a pre-configured route.

Singapore plans to expand to 200,000 surveillance cameras over the next decade. These robots are intended as an additional measure to reduce the personnel required for foot patrol.

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It is not the first time that Singapore has relied on robots for security activities. In 2020, Singapore used Boston Dynamics Spot robot dogs to patrol the parks . Now the authorities are betting on a more compact robot designed for busier areas.

Countries like China have also used autonomous robots focused on controlling public space for a few years, performing tasks such as traffic control.

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