Technology Reseller v32 07 INNOVATIONS Dynamic geozones Wyld Networks is helping organisations engage with their employees as they return to work with a new mobile mesh and content delivery platform. Wyld Mesh and Fusion connects smartphones to other smartphones and IoT devices without the need for cellular 4G/5G or Wi-Fi. Instead, data hops between phones powered by a company-branded app. When used with the Fusion cloud-streaming platform, it enables a company to create infrastructure-lite wireless networks and engage with employees through real-time, location-aware content delivery, messaging and notifications. The platform supports social distancing monitoring and contact tracing through the creation of dynamic geozones around employees and visitors. Sign guide Drytac has produced a free, interactive guide explaining how retailers and installers can use floor, wall and window graphics to display information about social distancing, hand washing, queuing and updated services or opening hours. Open, Innovating, Moving Forward includes buying criteria for window graphics, one-part and two-part floor graphics, writable media, wall graphics and antimicrobial films. socialdistancingsolutions/ Taking the temperature Ksubaka, a provider of apps and kiosks that enable shoppers to order online products in- store, provide customer feedback and explore different brands, has introduced a range of contactless temperature sensing kiosks for use at the entrances to offices, schools, shops and other public spaces. The units take a temperature reading in less than 1 second and display the results using traffic light-style LEDs. Hand stand Vision has designed a hand sanitiser bottle holder for its floor and desktop touchscreen stands so that users in offices, schools and retail can disinfect their hands before touching the screen or moving cables. The product fits Vision’s F-10, F-30 and F-40 stands, as well as wall mounts and freestanding display mounts. InfraSpector gadget InfraSpector gateways from inspection specialist Mek Europe (Marantz Electronics) combine non-contact temperature screening and body counting. The range, which includes an extra wide (120cm) version for wheelchairs and shopping trolleys, offers a choice of IR thermal imaging cameras and thermal sensors (for wrist or forehead). The former can measure the temperatures of up to 40 people per minute; the latter requires people to stop- and-go and has a throughput of 10 people per minute. Portable scanner The Thermavis Multi-Person Thermal Scanner from managed IT services provider Transputec reads the skin temperature of up to six people at once. The portable, smartphone- sized camera comes with a tablet computer and can be linked to any Windows machine, allowing multiple monitoring points, remote access, cloud connectivity and shareable screens. iPad keyboards Brydge’s range of premium, aluminium wireless iPad keyboards delivers a laptop-style experience, with backlit keys, iOS short-cut keys, Bluetooth 4.0 & 4.1 for lag-free typing and up to 12-months’ battery life from a single charge. The patented hinge provides viewing angles from 0-180°. The 10.5 (for the iPad Air), 10.2 (for the iPad) and 7.9 (for the iPad mini) are available from Apple Stores, Apple online and Brydge’s UK website. Added protection Contour Heating Products has given its Covid-19 health check station an extra level of protection by adding BioCote antimicrobial technology to the unit’s paintwork. This prevents the growth of microbes and makes it easier to keep clean. Designed so that people can safely take the temperatures of co-workers or members of the public, the partially enclosed, painted steel cubicle has a Perspex screen with a small slot for a digital thermometer that people stand in front of to receive a temperature reading. There is also a counter and document slot for exchanging paperwork. Contourheating Customisable PPE kits Online portal ‘Where The Trade Buys’ has introduced a series of single use PPE kits containing two three-ply disposable face masks, two hand sanitiser sachets and one pair of disposable latex gloves. Suitable for re-sale, including in vending machines, the packs can be ordered with specific logos or branding on the outside, making them a useful marketing tool for businesses. Prices start at £92.72 (ex VAT) for a pack of 50 kits. EDITOR’S CHOICE AWARD TRANSPUTEC: Thermavis Scanner 0