Multiple Linear Regression and Deep Learning in Body Temperature Detection and Mask Detection
In this new normal era, many activities began to operate again, such as offices, malls, etc. This creates a potential mass crowd. The public must follow health protocols as recommended by the government, including wearing masks and checking the temperature to anticipate the spread of the coronavirus. This study tested a tool that included image processing and artificial intelligence to help implement health protocols as recommended by the government. This tool connects Raspberry PI, Thermal Camera (amg8833), Pi Camera, an ultrasonic sensor with Multiple Linear Regression and Deep Learning algorithms. The purpose of this tool is to detect body temperature and detect the use of masks. The system will check on the pi camera frame whether the person is wearing a mask or not. The system is trained using the Deep Learning method to detect the use of masks. The system will check the temperature of the human body and the distance between humans and the tool. Temperature and distance data are entered in multiple linear regression formulas to get more accurate results. The processed results of the system will be displayed on the monitor screen if detected using a mask and the normal temperature will be green and if it is not detected it will be red and give a warning sound. The data is sent to the server and displayed via the web. We found that this tool succeeded in detecting body temperature within a distance of 1 to 3 meters with an accuracy of 99.49%, detecting people using masks with an accuracy of 94.71%, and detecting people not wearing masks with an accuracy of 97.7%.
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