Companies around the world are looking for ways to resume business operations in a safe and secure manner. Adhering to employee physical distancing guidelines plays a key role. To make this possible, KINEXON is launching an innovative solution: KINEXON SafeZone. The core element is a wearable sensor that actively warns the user as soon as the minimum physical distance to another person is compromised. With optional software, companies can also trace chains of infection and take strategic action. KINEXON SafeZone is immediately available as a plug-and-play solution with no infrastructure required.
To maintain business operations amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, two steps are essential: employee protection and process reliability. KINEXON SafeZone supports both with precise and award-winning digital technology.
In order to return to a new normal and stop the spread of COVID-19, the top priority according to governments and health experts, is physical distancing. That means:
Despite even the best efforts to avoid contact, no physical distancing guidelines can provide 100% protection against infection. Therefore, it is important to secure production during a worst case scenario — and to do so quickly and strategically:
The KINEXON SafeTag, a UWB sensor weighing around 0.5 oz, is all you need to get started. The wearable can be comfortably worn as a wristband or attached to clothing.
Each sensor is registered in the system with a unique ID, but is not assigned to a specific person. This ensures that no personal data is recorded and data protection guidelines are observed.
As one of the leading providers of intelligent real-time technology, KINEXON has a proven track-record of successful implementation and security. With KINEXON SafeZone, we have built upon our trusted technology:
“Used by teams including basketball’s New York Knicks and Chicago Bulls, and football’s Paris St Germain, the sensors designed by Munich-based start-up Kinexon, which are smaller than a matchbox, measure the proximity of manufacturing staff to ensure physical distancing remains in place.“
“Perhaps the most fine-tuned coronavirus-inspired tracking is happening on the shop floor. Manufacturing and logistics workers in Germany, Switzerland, and the United States are being asked to wear sensors that track whether they are following social distancing rules. If employees come too close to one another their SafeZone devices beep, warning them to move further apart.“
As a result of KINEXON SafeZone not needing any existing infrastructure, we can offer a competitive price:
Are you interested? Do not hesitate and let us know your personal requirements! We will come back to you quickly.