The new Stop & Go system is made up of a counting mat and a digital terminal which enable health standards to be respected.
Dozens of digital terminals have already been deployed in several European countries, allowing public establishments to regulate their visitors in real time.
Stores and other public places can thus automatically enforce the maximum number of authorized persons.
A person limit not to be exceeded is set in the Technis application, allowing visitors to wait automatically if the reception capacity is reached.
In recent weeks, orders have continued to flow, fully mobilizing the twenty or so employees of the start-up.
«We are now producing in one day the equivalent of a month’s work before the crisis! For businesses, this is an accessible, turnkey solution with proven technology, since our products have been in service for several years. Our system avoids having to place a security guard in front of each entrance, offering an efficient and economical solution to our customers “, explains Wiktor Bourée, CEO of Technis.
Dozens of terminals are currently in the test phase with supermarkets, shops, head offices, company restaurants or sports halls in several European countries, including Switzerland and France.
Among its clients: CERN, Palexpo, Nestlé, Microsoft and the Beyeler Foundation.
In this period of crisis, Technis had to review its logistics chain by prioritizing European suppliers. All of its products are fully assembled in Switzerland.
The company will soon initiate a recruitment process to meet strong demand, and is already working on new applications to perpetuate the use of its digital terminal with its new customers.
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