Presence Detection and Compliance in 2021

FORESENSE TECHNOLOGIES has firmly established itself as a world leader in presence detection technologies to fill a wide range of needs for commerce and industry.

Many of these needs have been wanting for some time as physical brick and mortar locations have been on the back foot with online competitors that have a clear advantage when it comes to maintaining contact with visitors and collecting behavioural data.

In a similar way to how behavioural data is utilised online through careful analysis of aspects such as dwell time, session duration, and unique and return visitations the Foresense platform collects data through sensors integrating with visitors’ smartphones allowing accessibility in real time so highly-informed, proactive decisions can be executed as trends are actually emerging.

These advances in technology present a wide range of possibilities and opportunities for a number of business and industry sectors to monitor the flow of people and their interactions including educational institutions, hospitality, airports, stadiums, security, office and factory floors and retail settings, both large and small.

While many of these applications in real-world settings are commercially oriented there are some pertinent characteristics of the Foresense technology highly relevant to the post COVID future where new regulatory frameworks and compliance issues will impact venues, retail spaces and workplaces to improve on responsibilities for visitor, customer and employee safety and security.

With greater responsibilities for Human Resources departments and security providers Foresense makes the most sense.

Foresense can track and breakdown the entire visitor/ customer/employee experience from traffic flow and individual movement across different areas to gain insight into streamlining processes and alleviate congestion.

The platform can be used to monitor and control the number of people in any given area to address density regulations and because the platform is accessible in real-time, adjustments can be made to ensure maximums are not exceeded and people can keep their social distance from one another.

Easily log unique individual characteristics such as arrival and departure times and the time spent in proximity with other unique visitors/ customers/employees to allow for automated intelligent internal contact tracing.

The possibility also exists to identify those who have not recently received negative COVID testing in where regulations are introduced, such as in hotel quarantine security and hospitality workers.

Although living with COVID has undeniably made things harder across the board for everyone, technology such as Artificial Intelligence and presence detection can actually make certain aspects easier, safer, and more efficient by reducing the scope for human error and making information about people and their movements readily available both in real- time and recent history.

And with these two agents of the highest importance to the safety and wellbeing of employees, customers and visitors in today’s world, every modern workplace, venue and retail space needs tomorrow’s technology at the forefront.