Automate Social Distancing through IoT Sensing Technology

ainstein presents

5 IoT Implementations for Social Distancing Management

An eBook

There is no doubt that managing where and how many people are occupying a building and various rooms is remarkably different than before March of 2020. This includes everything from how employees can dress, to other physical changes like plexiglass dividers, hand-washing stations, sanitizer stations, and even routine temperature checks.

While cleanliness and safety have always been a core part of building operations, management and facilitators are now presenting visual cues that people can associate with high-frequency cleaning to give the returning workforce a sense of security that they’ve come into a safe place.

Who is this eBook for?

Any leader in innovation understands the demand for IoT automation. This eBook covers 5 use cases that were solved through sensing technology.  Sensing provides superior range, resolution and field-of-view compared to ultrasonic or other tracking technology. Installers may deploy them behind the ceiling or walls to improve aesthetics and deliver more reliable data while addressing privacy concerns.

There are a variety of public places, such as high-speed service areas and more where sensing solutions can be applied:

  • Restrooms
  • Airports
  • Tourist Attractions
  • Mass Transit
  • Hotels
  • Shopping Malls
  • Schools
  • Hospitals
  • Office Buildings

With new requirements for social distancing, there is an interest and need to deploy sensing technology across all smart cities and buildings to help in understanding visitor and staff behavior as it relates to visitor traffic flow and crowd density management.

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With new requirements for social distancing, there is an interest and need to deploy additional sensors to help in understanding visitor and staff behavior as it relates to visitor traffic flow and crowd density management. 

– Andrew Boushie, VP of strategy & partnerships at Ainstein.