Robocop Is Here – New Police Helmet Scans For COVID-19 and Uses Facial Recognition

Jack Burns – Free Thought Project Aug 29, 2020

Biometric face scanning helmets. Click to enlarge

It took 33 years but Robocop is now here. Well, not exactly, but the rise of the police state fueled by advancements in technology have given birth to a heads up display equipped helmet sure to please the most anxious of peace officers. It’s called a “Smart Helmet” and it can screen airport passengers for the COVID-19 virus as well as provide the scanning officer with other vital records.

Public officials in Flint, Michigan cannot provide clean drinking water to their residents but travelers to Bishop International Airport can get a glimpse of the new robotic cop helmets where they’re currently deployed.

Under the guise of screening passengers for COVID-19, the Smart Helmet, produced by KeyBiz based in Italy, can scan travelers’ body temperatures from over 20 feet away.

But the Smart Helmet is not limited to temperature body scans which any laser guided thermometer can do, not in the slightest. Facial recognition software is installed which can provide the police officer with information related to outstanding warrants, if an individual is identified on a terror watch list or a no-fly list, and can read license plates for outstanding warrants, stolen vehicle information, criminal histories, etc. Even if you are completely innocent, you will be subject to these scans.

Temperature scans can be done at a distance of 21 feet or less. The helmets have already been deployed in Italy and elsewhere around the world. Michigan’s ABC12 reports if someone’s temperature is in excess of 100.4 degrees, more investigation into the traveler’s health will be conducted to determine if the passenger is too sick to travel.

Anyone who isn’t a passenger who registers a temperature above 100.4 degrees will be asked to leave the terminal building after police conduct some limited coronavirus contact tracing to find out what areas of the building may have been exposed.

We at TFTP have warned our readers for quite some time the COVID-19 pandemic would be used as an onus for a greater invasion of privacy. Some of us here at TFTP are old enough to remember when boarding a plane was a simple as buying a ticket and getting aboard. Fast forward nearly 20 years and there are quite a few things which happen the minute your ticket is purchased.

First, your name, age, and birth date are checked to see if you’ve been added to a terror watch list, a no-fly list or otherwise. Then, when you’re cleared to travel, you must soon possess a “Real ID”. Without it (come October) you won’t be allowed to fly. Upon arrival to the airport, your identification is scanned and further checked in databases for any flags which may arise.

Afterward, all of your pockets must be emptied, your shoes taken off, your belts, hats, and metal jewelry removed. You’re placed into a sniffing device to check to see if you’re carrying the scent of bomb making materials.

Next, your entire body image is scanned. Later, a total stranger may pat you down and grope your private parts as you wait for the all clear sign to be given at which time you can retrieve your belongings. But that’s only if the x-ray technician doesn’t think your hand sanitizer has too many ounces in its container.

Now, it seems Mr. Robocop will take your temperature against your will, search through your criminal history and examine your facial features. All of these things will likely be cataloged in another alphabet agency’s database.

The entire invasion of privacy will fall under the auspices of fears surrounding a fairly mild pandemic using slogans like “it’s for your health and safety.” And you thought it was about keeping America safe from terrorism. Think again, this makes me long for the good ole days when the only danger in flying was smelling like cigarette smoke from all the puffers aboard.


5 responses to “Robocop Is Here – New Police Helmet Scans For COVID-19 and Uses Facial Recognition”

  1. Robogoon.

  2. Old indeed now, aged somewhat excessively due to my long-ago abandoned “tobacco habit”, I can remember when I was a “puffer” on an airplane, seated anywhere, everywhere. All seats had handy pull-out ashtrays. As time passed, puffers got sequestered into the “smoking section” at the rear of aircraft — last to get off after lift-off, the price paid to dodge a “nicotine fit” in mid-air, likely 35,000 feet above the nearest smokeshop. I knew and understood non-puffers suffered greatly, as used smoke traveled through air and vents, recycling air all the rage on passenger jets at altitude! Pity especially those seated in the first row that bordered the smoking section! Ah, yes, those were the days of an era of freedom of travel!

    Having lost the habit — addiction to effects of nicotine, where the threat of withdrawal was only slightly more subtle than risks of withdrawal from opioids (cf. on-point comments by Malcolm X) — I still treasure freedom of travel. Given the TSA and even more onerous measures likely forthcoming without substantial pushback from the traveling public, especially frequent-flyer busyness people, I gave up flying commercially years ago. If THEY do the same to buses and trains, I shall drive my car. As THEY proliferate “random check stops” — no longer for DUI or drug running only, for having a “temperature > 100.4 degrees” for GOD’s sake! — I shall cease to travel far from home base.

    I have earned my rest, rocking in my chair on the front porch. I may take up pipe smoking as personal vengeance against our prevailing psychopathy . There are only so many diseases that can kill one. Tobacco smoking seems far less virulent than what The Power$ That Be (TP$TB) have in store for us, on the shelf, ready to impose should the right “crisis” come upon our fair land and soil.

  3. Continuously terrorize the goyim with a hoax virus & institute a new global Jewish police state. It’s that easy.

  4. Does it ID Pedophiles? I could use this for some potential dubious characters I come across from time to time in my security job.

  5. Get real, unless that security force officer has got plenty of aspirin, he is going home with a migraine and his wife ain’t gettin any. That’s gunna cause problems.
    Can it detect my middle finger.
    I never understood the freedom of the jet plane anyway. In my day going on a plane was like putting on the Sunday best and going to a top class restaurant. Now they are just big filthy buses in the sky where you get to breath in everybody else’s mucus recycled.
    Learn to live like an aboriginie. Remember people have crossed oceans without government assistance in home made boats, it’s how we got here. Anyway who needs to travel when you can see and smell the global stink through a screen.