Stronger Together: Tokyo startup Psygig adapts to pandemic by building a coronavirus thermography kit

David Smith
Jun 23 · 1 min read

Psygig is a Tokyo-based startup that was founded in 2017 and has created a platform to monitor human safety around machines like autonomous drones. In this interview, founder and CEO Gary Lo describes how his company has adapted to working from home and managing new supply-chain constraints, and how it modified its thermal imaging technology to create a device to identify potential cases of COVID-19.

This interview is part of the Stronger Together series. Click here for more interviews and additional resources for startups.

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David Smith

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Developer Advocate at Microsoft focused on AI, Data Science, and the R language.

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Microsoft for Startups provides cloud services and software to help startups grow faster.

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