Find out how devices and Wi-Fi will work together to control crowds post offices, schools, and venues reopen after the Circuit Breaker period, a new tool launched by GlobalReach Technology uses data from devices and other wearables to monitor, predict, alert and notify with real-time alerts when thresholds are breached, to help to manage safe social distancing efforts.
Pre-set limits identify crowding, triggering alerts to help venues manage social distancing and keep customers and staff safe.
Offices, schools, and venues can use the tool to provide proof that employers, staff, students and guests are taking steps to responsibly maintain social distancing and meet government guidelines.
Chris Bruce, Managing Director, GlobalReach Technology said: Our customers are keen to reopen, and in some countries, retail venues are already back to 40% of normal time footfall, but their priority is that their staff and customers are confident that safety measures are being taken.
This is a valuable way to use existing public Wi-Fi networks, to help proactively protect staff, customers and the public so that they can reopen faster, start to trade and see revenue again.