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Interpersonal distance, the key for a safe return to offices

Interpersonal distance, the key for a safe return to offices

If we take a look at the history of architecture, we can see that every epidemic has contributed to adding changes and improvements to the work environment. For example, after tuberculosis, metallic door knobs were implemented; after cholera, the pipeline shape was changed, and after the plague door, frames and tiles were introduced. These were changes that came to stay and overall contributed to the improvement of health conditions for everyone. Now, on a less alarming scale, Covid-19 threatens to change office work dynamics one more time. On an overcrowded environment, like the headquarters of many companies, the key to guarantee safety may be interpersonal distance, which is something that may not always be achievable and therefore supposes a big challenge to overcome. Geopositioning systems can be of great help: Situm Covid-19 allows for each employee to receive necessary information to be able to move safely through the work environment.

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10 Situm MRM functionalities to improve indoor space management during the COVID-19 crisis (and after)

10 Situm MRM functionalities to improve indoor space management during the COVID-19 crisis (and after)

In the face of an unprecedented crisis like the one of COVID-19, it is vital to avoid organisational chaos in critical centres. Certainly, this new situation needs a constant reorganisation of space and a careful monitoring of staff. On this features, it is where Situm becomes an invisible and effective ally. In only 24 hours, without the need of previous development, any organisation can have their space configured, and know in Real-Time the situation of all of their users and assets on the field.

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6 ways in which indoor positioning makes facility management easier

6 ways in which indoor positioning makes facility management easier

Facility management nowadays has little or nothing to do with what it used to be a few decades ago. Back then, this activity was reduced to the maintenance of the buildings and not much else. However, now we are faced with enormous challenges to ensure the optimum performance of infrastructures and services in airports, large office buildings, hospital complexes or industries. Challenges that find efficient answers in indoor navigation and the monitoring and management of workforces through geolocation.

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