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Body Temperature Measurement With Mask Recognition70

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Date: Thu, 14 Jan 2021

Price: $10.00

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Product Name:Body Temperature Measurement With Mask Recognition
Product Description:
Body Temperature Measurement With Mask Recognition,Face Recognition Thermometer
Price:10.00
http://www.taiyunkiosk.com/covid-19-products/face-recognition-thermometer/body-temperature-measurement-with-mask.html
Company Description
Guangzhou Taiyun Tech Co., Ltd
Address:GuangdongGuangdongGuangzhouPanyuNo.12 of Hengji Avenue, Zhukeng Village, Shiqiao Street, Panyu District, Guangzhou City, China
Descption:1993-Taiyun established, produced lcd panels
2000-Design & manufacturing game machines
2008-Design & manufacturing digital signage
2010-Export to worldwide
2013-Become as China government supplier
2014-Got interactive panel project from government
2015 till today, Become supplier of KFC, Burgerking, Wal-mart etc
Registered Capital:369
EmployeeNum:350
Guangzhou Taiyun Tech Co., Ltd
Contact:zhu
Telphone:86-20-31044882-0
Fax:86-20-31044881-0
Email:taiyunkiosk@aliyun.com
https://www.taiyunkiosk.com



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