Senior Communities to Adopt AI-Enabled Health Screening System to Enhance Safety of Staff & Residents

Senior Communities to Adopt AI-Enabled Health Screening System to Enhance Safety of Staff & Residents

PopID's latest system was installed at Modena Cherry Creek, a recently built 96-unit senior community in Denver owned and operated by Solera Senior Living, which develops, owns, and operates many innovative senior communities throughout the country. The system would serve as a key safety measure to protect this vulnerable demographic.

FREMONT, CA: PopID, a Pasadena-based company, declared the installation of its AI-enabled health screening system at its 35th senior living community in the US. The fixed biometric device, PopEntry+, is the first contact-free platform to combine instant fever detection, facial recognition for employee identification, and hand gesture recognition for health question screening.

PopID's latest system was installed at Modena Cherry Creek, a recently built 96-unit senior community in Denver owned and operated by Solera Senior Living, which develops, owns, and operates many innovative senior communities throughout the country. The system would serve as a key safety measure to protect this vulnerable demographic.

Solera's founder and CEO Adam Kaplan stated, "We are confident that PopEntry+, as part of our overall suite of technology, will continue to be an important protocol for helping keep our residents, staff and family members as safe as possible." He added: "Solera has had no members infected with COVID-19 within any of our properties. I really credit that to our protocols and technology such as PopID's, which has been an important line of defense to keeping this virus outside our walls."

The employees at senior communities simply scan their faces into the system through the PopID website. They then can stand before the fixed device to be identified and have their temperatures taken hands-free, instantly, with or without masks. The device informs them within seconds whether they have a fever. Besides, the employee uses thumbs up or thumbs down hand gestures in order to answer health questions on the screen, making the process 100 percent contact-free.