In order to optimize the processes of sanitary, security and emergency teams at provisional hospitals, fairgrounds and hotels adapted for the assistance of patients affected by the coronavirus, the company offers Situm MRM, the solution to locate, monitor and manage workforces through indoor geolocation.
With this initiative, Situm wants to contribute to overcome the sanitary crisis caused by the COVID 19 with its solution. Situm MRM is extremely easy to install, since its deployment can be done by the own staff of the facility because it does not require technical knowledge The configuration can be performed at the pace of 30,000 m2 per day without any additional infrastructure to WiFi, which is already present in most of these spaces.
The Managers of these sites can benefit immediately from a powerful tool for real-time management, optimize process planning and increase employee security thanks to different functionalities:
- Real-time location indoors and outdoors for the redistribution of resources quickly according to the needs at any given time.
- Geoanalytics on the use of space and the activity of work teams for the optimization of routes and the distribution of spaces.
- Security alarms, such as the panic button, so that the worker can request assistance with a simple tap on the mobile phone indicating the exact point where the incident has taken place.
- Automatic notifications by geolocation sent to the workers’ mobile phones to warn about access to restricted areas or the need to adopt special security measures in certain areas.
Situm MRM is already being used by hospital managers, security companies and providers of assistance services for people with reduced mobility in hospitals, airports, fairgrounds and hotels in Latin America, Europe and Asia.
Managers of temporary facilities for the care of patients affected by coronavirus, such as exhibition sites, hotels or field hospitals can contact firstname.lastname@example.org to make their request and use the solution without any licensing costs.
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