NoSoapCompany wants smart hand sanitation units in public buildings

The Dutch NoSoapCompany has launched a pan-European campaign to make smart disinfectant dispensers a permanent fixture in public buildings.

With Europe coming out of lockdown and businesses and institutions reopening, it is of critical importance that customers and employees are protected against infection from the Covid-19 virus.

Both the World Health Organization and the Centre for Disease Control and Prevention advocate hand hygiene as the single most efficient and cost-effective way to limit the spread of diseases.

How NoSoapCompany high-tech hand sanitation unit works

The company has launched a high-tech hand sanitation unit, HYiGO that connects to the cloud via IoT.

The device sends a signal when the disinfectant needs to be replenished or when the battery needs to be charged. It also provides relevant usage-data which can provide entrepreneurs and institutions with valuable insights.

Until recently, the smart dispenser was primarily found in hospitals and institutions such as the UMCG and the Martini Hospital, but also at Schiphol Airport, the WTC and The Hague’s Malietoren.

The NoSoapCompany has expanded its production capacity in recent months to be able to deliver the dispenser throughout Europe.

In the coming weeks, 2000 new devices will enter the European market.

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