HOW DOES IT WORK?
Each employee is issued a Safe-Trace beacon. Different beacons are available as wearables or keycards. Each beacon has a unique ID. Employee details is assigned to the unique beacon ID upon activation of the device and then stored in an online database.
When two or more beacons are near each other, the beacon IDs are logged and time stamped on all devices in contact.
When a person is diagnosed with Covid-19, the beacon is scanned by a medical professional or management staff and all other IDs that were in close contact of the device can be discreetly notiﬁed to get tested and to isolate as soon as possible.
All employees wear their Safe-Trace beacons when they go to work.
When they are near each other the beacon logs the unique ID of the other beacon. Data is then stored on the beacon for up to a 100 people for 21 days.
When a person becomes infected, they need to give their beacon to management or medical staff to get scanned.
The beacon will then give a history of all the beacons that were in contact with the person for the last 21 days.
The user IDs can be traced securely and discreetly through an online database to contact the other employees that may be at risk.
Areas of Interest
Gateways can be added as an extra beneﬁt to areas of interest. This will allow management to trace movements of the ﬂagged beacon so that at-risk areas can be disinfected.
Management or Medical staff can use the secure database to identify employees that were in contact with the ﬂagged beacon. These employees can then be notiﬁed to get tested and allow for swift isolation.