Udini works together with partners to develop solutions to help companies and care centers in the economic restart during the COVID-19 crisis. To this end, together with stakeholders, we have worked out a tailor-made solution that responds to the challenges posed by the precautionary measures.
For this purpose we developed 6 features that should enable companies and healthcare institutions to receive employees and visitors in a safe way. Our goal is to avoid physical contact completely. We do this through smartphone access, making keys, badges or QR codes superfluous. By linking with automatic sliding doors or hinged doors, we offer fully automatic access.
Digital access also means that we can keep track of how many people are present and whether any limits have been reached. In that case, we can optionally deny access. We can also admit people at pre-arranged times. Provided that good privacy agreements are made, we can also offer an access log to find out who has been present in case of infections. Finally, we also link up with smart fever thermometers.
We target various sectors including hospitals, residential care centres, employers and medical practices. We also support hotels that open up their infrastructure as extensions to hospitals.
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Interview with Peter Defreyne
The announcement by Apple and Google to jointly develop technology that detects the spread of the Covid-19 virus via smartphones prompted the Udini R&D team to think about how smart buildings could also support this 'contact tracing'.