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Rapidly Build COVID-19 Solutions to Re-Open Businesses
COVID-19 has generated massive change, faster than anything else in our lifetime. As the economy reopens, businesses are faced with a critical balancing act–getting employees back to work while also doing everything they can to mitigate the spread of Coronavirus.
Partners and Clients successfully using the Back-to-Work Accelerator
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Utilize cameras and occupancy sensors, integrate with mobile phones, and more to minimize the spread of disease
One of the most effective measures to prevent the spread of disease is keeping people apart. The CDC has urged the public to maintain six feet of separation. But not everyone is heeding the CDC's caution. This is where technology steps in.
Software connected to cameras can locate people who are ignoring physical distancing and notify them of their need to separate. In addition, if the number of people in a fixed location exceeds a threshold number for a predetermined period of time, operations personnel in the area are notified to address the problem.
Thermal imaging technology and acoustic sensors identify symptoms and alert building personnel when necessary
There is a growing interest in temperature sensing technologies that can identify individuals likely to be infected. New technologies can check for symptoms such as coughing or sneezing when employees first enter the building and while they work.
If an infection is suspected operations can be alerted and can initiate a workflow to isolate the individual and determine the appropriate course of action.
Retroactively identify who infected individuals came in contact with and notify those people of possible infection
Medical experts say that early implementation of social isolation can help control the spread of coronavirus. Businesses can deploy quarantine management applications that monitor people who may have been exposed to the virus or show signs of being symptomatic and ensure that they are isolated.
Technology can be used to block such individuals from entering who are showing symptoms and alert facility management to disinfect impacted areas.
Ensure proper PPE is being worn by all building occupants in accordance with local regulatory guidelines
The proper use of masks and protective equipment is paramount to create a safe work environment. Furthermore, regulatory bodies are enacting policies that make compliance with wearing proper PPE mandatory.
Technologies, such as automated mask detection, that detect potential violations, are vital for a safe return to the workplace.
Support workplace safety and hygiene by alerting staff to areas in need of cleaning, hand sanitizer levels, and more
There are physical assets in a business environment that need to be monitored and managed to support workplace safety and hygiene. Real-time data from cameras and sensors can be used to determine the state of cleanliness of shared resources.
AI-enabled cameras can detect recently used equipment–anything from a piece of heavy machinery in an assembly line to a coffee machine to a smart hand-sanitizing station–that may need to be disinfected or refilled.
See It In Action
We deployed the Back to Work Accelerator at our Bay Area headquarters to ensure a safe return to the office for our employees.
Rapid, highly customizable, integrates with existing sensors
Install new thermal and video monitoring cameras or integrate with existing systems
Seamlessly connect to scheduling and conferencing programs
Configurable to any office, factory, restaurant, or other work environment
Incorporate contact tracing capabilities to ensure minimal impact if exposure does occur
The Accelerator is based on the ability for real-time monitoring, analyzing, and controlling what is happening around the workplace. This is the most comprehensive set of capabilities to build real-time applications for monitoring people and assets in space and time to reduce the spread of Coronavirus.
How much does the Back to Work Accelerator cost?
The Back to Work Accelerator is included free of charge with a standard Vantiq license.
How do I purchase just the Back to Work Accelerator?
At this time, the Back to Work Accelerator is only available as part of a Vantiq license. If you are interested in learning more about purchasing the Vantiq platform, please contact us here.
What integrations does the Back to work Accelerator provide?
Vantiq connects to any external sensor or device via all standard enterprise connectors including MQTT, AMQP, Kafka, and more.
What are the customization options?
The Back to Work Accelerator is made up of six mix and match components (physical distancing, symptom detection, access management, safety compliance, contact tracing, and asset monitoring) that can be easily expanded upon based on customer needs.
Where can I find more resources on the Back to Work Accelerator?