Yes, we have a support desk available.
This event should be reported immediately to the HR department.
Governments, public and private health companies are working on introducing proximity Apps for the public in order to help safeguard social distancing requirements. The Apps under development also make use of Bluetooth technology to measure distance between two mobile phones. The difference between these Apps and the Corona-Tracer, is that the Apps are linked to the internet and to a central authority which needs to register who is infected and who is not. The Corona-Tracer is a dedicated device with its own battery and will function 24/7. There is no central database, no GPS and no internet connection. The data is stored in each device and only when a worker becomes infected, will their contact data be exported. This function can only be performed by qualified personnel.
There are no limitations.
The HR department needs to register each device with the existing employee identification system e.g. link the ID of the device to the employee number.
After that the devices can be deployed to all workers in the factory directly.
The minimum lifetime is 6 months in full operation, with about 16 active hours / day.
The system uses Bluetooth to transmit and receive signals.
No GPS and no location information is used and stored.
-> Read more about Bluetooth here: https://corona-tracer.com/explanation
It is not possible to change the battery, as it is encapsulated in the device.
If a battery life ends, or the battery malfunctions, the tracer unit will need to be replaced.
We can refurbish unites that are sent back, for which we can give a discount for replacement units.
No, there are no network requirements.
The devices work stand-alone.
The App to read out the data needs to be installed on a tablet or mobile device with internet connection in order to export the scanned contact information.
The device is 50mm x 35mm x 16mm (LxWxH) and its weight is 21 grams.
(2 x 1.4 x 0.6 inches and 0.7 ounces)