Adapting Buildings and Lives to The New Reality
An on-air webinar from global access control specialist 2N considers the role of technology in preventing the spread of Covid-19 in commercial and residential buildings.
Heightened fears of handling high touch surfaces have led many people to seek new ways to protect themselves from the risk of COVID-19. Touchless technology is one solution that can easily be installed to create safer living and working environments, for example the use of Bluetooth technology to open doors via a mobile phone.
As more and more people return to work following the recent lockdown, the reliance on home deliveries for groceries and other items will likely continue as concerns about COVID-19 remain. The use of innovative technology can give people peace of mind to continue receiving home deliveries securely and conveniently even when not at home. A video enabled app enables the user to allow access to secure areas allowing deliveries to be dropped to a specified location. This can be a delivery room at a block of flats or a secure area at someone’s house.
Michal Kratochvíl, 2N CEO, says: "The world has changed considerably over the past few months and we need to keep pace with the change in attitudes and behaviours.
"Occupants need reassurance and they want to feel safe and secure in their homes and work spaces.
"A technology driven approach can help to avoid unnecessary face-to-face contact and reduce exposure to strangers, visitors, screens and keypads."
Register for the webinar at https://www.2n.cz/en_GB/on-air.