UNIVERSITIES ARE USING DRAGANFLY THERMAL IMAGING/HEARTBEAT MONITORING SCANNERS AND DRONES | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

UNIVERSITIES ARE USING DRAGANFLY THERMAL IMAGING/HEARTBEAT MONITORING SCANNERS AND DRONES

Big Brother has arrived on college campuses disguised as a public health/social distancing mentor.

A recent AL.com article showed how the University of Alabama, in the name of public safety, is using DraganFly thermal imaging/heartbeat monitoring scanners to screen everyone entering their campus.

"ASU officials announced the plans at a news conference today and demonstrated the first station, set up in the John Garrick Hardy Student Center. The university, which resumed on-campus classes about two weeks ago, will buy five of the stations and place them in high-traffic areas on campus, ASU President Quinton Ross said."

The article claims the readings are anonymous and only scan people's faces for elevated heat temperatures.

"The readings are anonymous, the university said. The stations will provide ASU with data on the number of people screened, the number with elevated temperatures and vital signs and the time it took for each screening."

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