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is a portable and all-in-one physiological monitor that screens patients to
gather a variety of useful health information, from temperature and blood
oxygen levels to body mass index (BMI).
The technology plays an important role in the university’s efforts to combat the coronavirus and will help them to monitor body temperatures, analyze health data and provide real-time alerts. In particular, the university plans to use the technology in a few specific ways:
1. Check the health of teachers and students at the railway station near the school.
2. Perform health checks on school personnel at the university’s entrance.
3. Check the temperature of students during the morning and afternoon.
Aside from the university, the GT2000E sees wide use in hospitals, community health centers and rural clinics because it makes it easy to gather, centralize and analyze health data. It is also popular amongst family doctors that make home visits due to its portability and has even seen military use.
Looking at the bigger picture, the GT2000E is part of Acer’s plan to support recently constructed “emergency hospitals” in heavily impacted regions. It is an ideal solution for such mobile hospitals because it is an all-in-one device that can be quickly deployed, gathering a variety of critical medical data that is then transferred to a data server to be analyzed. Furthermore, it holds a standard CE certification, meaning that it can be exported to Europe, Southeast Asia and other regions.