Tag: touch free
Amidst this widespread trend, Powering Chicago, a partnership between IBEW Local 134 and NECA, is seeing high interest in contactless options throughout buildings.
dormakaba's Touchfree Access website is a self-audit tool that looks across product categories to support cleanliness, hygiene, safety, and security.
Facility executives are looking at where and how to implement solutions for a touch-free security experience, and this includes mobile credentials.
Take a look at revamping “high-touch” surfaces that can be breeding grounds for germs, bacteria, and now, the COVID-19 virus.
Establishing an updated set of workplace and workforce management best practices that better reflects the profound changes in the way we work will be essential as we roll into 2021.
Historically, the focus of elevator improvements has been on reliability and efficiency. With COVID-19, these still important aspects have given way to a focus on touchless elevator technologies.
Greetly will offer all existing and future clients the ability to leverage no-touch technology for safer visitor check ins within all types of buildings.
Before the pandemic, access privileges were determined and managed based on security. Now, occupant health considerations are part of the access control equation.
Powering Chicago, the voice of the unionized electrical industry in and around Chicago, highlights technologies to create "The Contactless Office".
The manufacturer of commercial plumbing systems and Official Water Efficiency Partner of the Chicago Cubs showcases its products installed across the team’s facilities, as the Cubs get set to begin the condensed 2020 season on July 24.
In addition to the now-familiar precautions we should take, elevator technologies are helping people be safe as they transition back to normal routines.
dormakaba’s Mobile Access Solutions and Touchless Access Solutions are suitable choices to reduce hand-to-door contact in high contact public areas.
This retrofit solution for door handles offers a hygienic approach to operating traditional interior doors.
The company has provided faucets and flushometers at McCormick Place in Chicago and Yale University's Payne Whitney Gym.
Earlier this week, Safety Technology International, Inc. received notice the company is considered an essential supplier for safety and access control products.