Tsinghua University launches a non-contact community digital epidemic prevention solution by integrating high-tech "i-share systems" such as blockchain

Tsinghua University School of Architecture's Sustainable Settlement Research Center (CSC Center) has launched a non-contact community digital epidemic prevention solution through the Green Digital Habitat iShare System, extending digital management to "households" and supporting frontline prevention Control and screening and isolation management have greatly improved the accuracy and efficiency, and made smart urban management possible during the epidemic. It is understood that the ishare system is a set of high-tech such as artificial intelligence, the Internet of Things, big data, cloud computing, blockchain, video recognition, etc., through space brain perception, fusion, learning, decision-making, fully automatic management of intelligent devices to work efficiently Green Digital Habitat System.