Resource pages for "touchless"-related posts for facility managers (FMs), building operations professionals and decision-makers in all industry sectors.
Automated openings aren’t just for main entrances anymore—interior doors that experience frequent traffic benefit from becoming touchless.
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.
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.
Before the pandemic, access privileges were determined and managed based on security. Now, occupant health considerations are part of the access control equation.
Returning joy to the hotel guest experience can be achieved with a variety of design elements.
Working with the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC, Ideum will design a unique touchless kiosk that will orient visitors to the "nation's collection of fine art" with a wave of the hand.
FloWater has added a foot pedal mechanism to its already self-sanitizing FloWater Refill Stations, making them fully “touchless.”
Scheduled to launch July 13, feature will allow users to get filtered still, sparkling, flavored, and enhanced water from Bevi smart water coolers instantly via their smartphones.
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.
Products donated to help healthcare facilities in their fight against COVID-19 include sensor faucets, soap dispensers, flush valves, sinks, and hand dryers.