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Why Travel Brands Should Take Advantage of Downtime to Invest in Antimicrobial Tech

Installing technologies that will help create a safer environment for travelers will build credibility and consumer trust.

Traction Guest Launches Return-to-Work Solution to Help Businesses Safely Bring Employees and Essential Visitors Back Onsite

Systematically addresses workforce health and wellness, bridging a critical duty of care gap in many global risk management and return-to-work programs.

Partnership with Forbes Travel Guide and Sharecare verifies consistency in hotel health safety standards

A comprehensive return-to-work technology platform addresses the risks hotels face and helps them achieve maximum efficiency.

The “Voyage Well” Plan sets forth to increase crew and passenger safety in light of not just the COVID-19 pandemic, but also as a set of evolutions to increase the overall safety and health of the crew and guests moving forward.        

Solution bypasses hotel's Wi-Fi to communicate directly with the TraknProtect cloud.

FoodChain ID licensed technology from  Battelle to fight food fraud using EMAlert, a food fraud prediction tool using AI to identify potential hazards in the global food supply chain.

As hoteliers complete their budgets for the new year, it’s critical that they add industry safety standard technology to their priority list.

Unlike traditional solutions where a contractor drills holes through walls and floors, SimpliSafe Business Security features a wireless system that is comprehensive, with cellular back-up.

South American hotel implements VingCard Signature RFID door locks, elevator controllers, panic bars, Elsafe Sentinel Advance safes and Polarbar minibars to maximize guest safety, convenience and comfort.

Hotel staff members in Greece are tested weekly for COVID-19 and then issued a mobile work pass for the coming work week when test results come back negative.

Temperature checks alone are not enough to determine if a person has COVID-19; testing for oxygen saturation, respiration rate and heart rate variability are also important.

When panic button device is activated, employee can be tracked in real time and throughout a building or across a property, and the RUCKUS IoT Suite can activate security cameras, lighting, door locks and other connected systems as part of the response.

With installation costs starting at just $2,500, restaurants are now able to protect their employees, customers, and assets with the help of trained security professionals monitoring their premises with live video and two-way audio. 

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