Xavier patrol robot

Xavier patrol robots were tested recently in Singapore to monitor public areas and detect poor social behavior. The government had conducted trials of two autonomous robots for monitoring COVID-19 safety measures, smoking in prohibited areas and improper parking of bicycles. During the trial, these robots were not used for law enforcement.
The patrol robots are equipped with cameras that can detect and trigger real-time alerts of bad social behavior to command and control centers. These robots, apart from conducting surveillance, will also be educating the public about proper behavior. They will significantly reduce the manpower-requirement for the government and improve operational efficiency.


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