Indonesian smart city tech leader Qlue thrives amid Covid-19 with thermal scanner and B2G refocus

Screenshot of a promotional video explaining Qlue's Covid-19 response solutions. ©Qlue

Plans to tilt its client portfolio toward B2B work are delayed as Qlue returns to its B2G roots

Indonesia is facing a rocky path to reopening its economy amid the Covid-19 pandemic, with daily cases currently being recorded in the thousands. Government agencies and private sector companies that want to reopen need to enforce strict measures, such as temperature checking and mandatory mask wearing to keep employees as safe as possible.Indonesian smart city developer Qlue recently developed new products to help government and private entities enforce these measures. Using its computer vision technology and a thermal scanner, the company has built unmanned stations for employee attendance m...
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