Leveraging on DiSa Serialization technology, the Company has developed, an automated recording ART machine (“ChekPoint”) that is capable of reading the results of ART cassette and accordingly, authenticate and automate the delivery of tampered-free test results to the intended recipients or authorities.
ChekPoint requires users to self-register by scanning their NRIC or passport at the kiosk. Users are then required to scan the unique QR code on the ART kit on the ChekPoint to uniquely tag the ART kit to each user for track and trace purposes.
Users will perform the test in front of the ChekPoint in accordance to the test steps as illustrated on the screen of the ChekPoint. Users can then insert the ART cassette into the ChekPoint and leave without having to wait for the test result. The entire process is video recorded and takes no more than 5 minutes for each user. ChekPoint will take a photo of the ART cassette and the results are sent automatically and digitally to the rightful owners within 15 to 20 minutes after the test is completed.
Each ChekPoint can handle about 10 to 15 tests per hour, operating for 24 hours a day. With the use of the ChekPoint, ART tests can be processed faster. Video recording guarantees the authenticity of the tests. Most importantly, all the ART test results cannot be tampered with as the ART cassette will have to be inserted into the ChekPoint before the result appears.
ChekPoint hastens the entire ART process which enables service providers to provide more tests within a shorter period. The automation will also enable our partners to overcome the shortage of manpower. The digitalisation will also help to cope with the increasing ART tests volume in view of the fast spreading Omicron variant.
ChekPoint can be deployed at dormitories, MICE, airports, train stations, hotels, schools, stadiums etc.
Reduce waiting time by streamlining the process
Use of a patented Serialisation Technology currently used in US retail industry, to uniquely tag the product for track and trace purposes
Reduce fraudulent activities and to verify the accuracy of the test results