SENSAPE Introduces Digital Contact Tracing and Fever Measurement for Entry Management

Nov. 24, 2020
Due to the ongoing pandemic, a renewed lockdown is currently forcing companies to comply more closely with hygiene and health regulations.

To avoid error-prone, handwritten lists, German-based SENSAPE developed digital solutions for managing entrances. In addition to contact tracing, the technologies have now been extended to include fever measurement. "In the current situation, we want to help make contacts more secure," says Matthias Freysoldt, founder of SENSAPE. "To this end, we have developed SENSAPE Q, a virtual queue that works without an app. Customers can spend their waiting time at the place of their choice and are informed i n real-time about their place i n the queue".

The company also offers a digital access management system that uses the artificial intelligence built into the device to recognize at the entrance whether and how a mouth-and-nose protection is worn. A mirror effect, through which entering persons see themselves, increases the attention. If the mask is worn incorrectly, the system indicates this visually and acoustically and shows the correct fit using a virtual mask. In addition to functions such as capacity measurement and reminders of hygiene regulations, a contactless fever measurement has now also been integrated.

If the device detects no fever and sees a mask worn correctly but shows no free capacity, customers can join the virtual queue on their smartphone using a QR code or reserve a free period of their choice. People without a smartphone can be provided with a pager for the queue. If several locations are linked via the software, customers can be shown an optimal route based on distances and waiting times.

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