Proxima wearable manages COVID-19 risk
The newly released Proxima from Prolojik allows people to manage their own risk and exposure to the COVID virus, through wearable technology in the form of a wristband or lanyard that connects wirelessly to Prolojik’s Proxima sensor network.
The movement and temperature of each wearer can be monitored throughout all areas within the space, vibrating when people are within two metres of each other, as well as taking their temperature to alert them of potential illness. Data collected via the Proxima sensor network can be stored on premises for real time analysis or shared with third party systems such as BMS.
For example, if someone contracts COVID within an organisation, it is possible to track that person interactions in the preceding days, identify others that have been in close proximity to them, therefore exposed to the virus and potentially at risk.
The enormous benefit is that Facility and Building Operators can focus on specific areas, rather than having to close entire buildings down. As with education, this approach allows for a far more targeted approach to infection management, by isolating individuals or specific social bubbles.
The integration with the lighting control system means that all areas of the building are within the trackable zone, including workspaces, circulation areas, back-of-house, plantrooms, car parks, presentation spaces and external spaces. Each wearable will provide key data on the following aspect of employee care and building management:
- Targeted Messaging
- People and Asset Tracking
- Profile-based control
- Lone Worker Monitoring
- Building Sanitisation
- Physical distancing
- Environmental monitoring
- Indoor Location – way finding
- Revenue Leakage
Asela Rodrigo Managing Director of Prolojik commentd: “At a time when businesses and educational institutions need as much support as possible to be operational, Proxima wearables provide the ultimate reassurance and comfort for employee and students. The unique difference is the stand alone sensor infrastructure which can equally be fully integrated with any lighting control systems to increases the measurable and trackable area.”