Infrared Based Temperature Sensor- Developed by Naval Dockyard, Mumbai”

Published on April 03, 2020
Current Context: Indian Navy’s Naval Dockyard, Mumbai developed portable Infrared based temperature sensor gun with a view for the screening of personnel at yard’s entry gates to limit the spread of COVID-19.
Infrared Based Temperature Sensor- Developed by Naval Dockyard, Mumbai”
  • Since the outbreak of coronavirus, the temperature guns and non-contact thermometers shortage has risen, so this invention by Naval Dockyard Mumbai has proven very useful.
  • The sensor is manufactured at less than Rs 1000. The accuracy is 0.2 degree Celsius. It runs on a 9V battery.

Static part: 

  • Chief of Naval Staff: Admiral Krambir Singh

Question: 

Q.1 Who has developed Infrared based temperature sensor?
a. Northern Railway
b. Naval Dockyard, Mumbai
c. CSIR
d. IIT-Bombay

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