Hamilton company introduces new product to promote physical distancing
As we enter Stage 3 today and more businesses open up, there is still a question of how to make sure employees remain six feet or two metres apart.
A Hamilton technology company may have the answer
I-Virtualize has come up with Trace Sensors that workers can wear to keep them from getting too up close and personal
The senor is on a lanyard and it vibrates when workers stand less than two metres from each other. It can also make a sound if that's preferable.
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