Doing the laundry during working hours, no more traffic jams, better concentration, working from home is not bad at all. In recent months, the Dutch worked at home so overwhelmingly that the Social and Economic Council (SER) even referred to it as the largest homework experiment ever. Slowly there is talk of a return to the office. But do we want to? And does the office function remain the same? More and more people are voting for a better balance between working at home and at the office.
In the BNR podcast Back to Business, the Distance Sensor is mentioned as corona-proof solution that can help to safely reopen your office. The podcast highlights products that inspire and entrepreneurs and professionals share their tips and tricks on how to get your company back in business again. Now the intelligent lockdown in the Netherlands is slowly relaxing somewhat and business owners are working on safe ways to get their employees back to office again, there is an increasing need to implement solutions that can help with the 1.5 meter economy. How can you properly open the office doors, get the company going again and provide employees with a safe environment? This can be organized successfully with the Distance Sensor.
We are all working on ways to comply with the latest corona guidelines. Whether it is on a terrace, at the office or in schools; life is getting going again and we have to find a new and safe way to move forward. Not surprisingly, corona apps spring up like mushrooms. There is only one recurring theme: What about privacy? However, privacy can be guaranteed with the help of AI (artificial intelligence).
With 134 written pitches from 17 different countries, the search for the most innovative sensor parties during the Smart Sensor Challenge was a great success. On Thursday 2 July, discussion tables will be organized based on the 7 most relevant themes of the Smart Sensor Challenge. This will take place during the online real estate […]
Arend van de Stadt, founder of SmartEagle, explains how the Distance Sensor works in the Telegraaf’s video column “Must-have”. Presenter Rick van de Graaff also joins the live demonstration to test the Distance Sensor.
How do we help our employees and visitors to adopt to this new way of interacting in the workplace and keep their distance?
The Amsterdam based company SmartEagle has developed a solution for social distancing. The SmartEagle Distance Sensor measures the distance between people and gives a signal when people are closer then 1.5 meters to each other.
The vast majority of Dutch professionals currently works from home. In addition, working parents are trying to entertain their children and educate them, now that all schools are closed. Whether from April 28 or later, at some point we will restart public life.