Contact Tracing Wearables
RIGHTCROWD CONTACT TRACING
Contact Tracing for the Workplace
Turn your existing security access card into a real-time contact tracing solution and enable a safe return to the workplace.
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USED BY WORKPLACES OF ALL SIZES WORLDWIDE
The trusted contact tracing solution
RightCrowd Contact Tracing is a fast, automated, real-time contact tracing and social distancing monitoring solution for the workplace.
Using proven Bluetooth® Low Energy technology, each digital badgeholder continuously provides critical contact tracing data to prevent onward transmission to employees, visitors and contractors.
When the wearable detects a colleague within approximately 6 feet / 2 meters of another colleague, it prompts the users with an alert to establish a safe distance.
In the event a team member or visitor is identified as infected with COVID-19, RightCrowd quickly delivers 1st, 2nd and 3rd degree exposure reporting. The system’s privacy settings can be configured to match legal requirements and provide complete anonymity while effectively managing operational risks.
Automated contact tracing system that respects privacy
Size and Weight
Width: 2.48 inches (63 mm)
Depth: 0.27 inches (7mm)
Weight: 0.055 pounds (24.94 g)
ID Card Compatibility
Can read out Card Serial Number of Smartcard-type access badges (13.56 MHz frequency).
Can also read out IDs stored in secure segment on Smartcards of the MIFARE and MIFARE DESFire family.
Configuration & Deployment
Power and Battery
Up to 80 hours continuous use / 250 hours stand-by
Charging via USB micro-B power adapter or charging station
When workers come in close proximity, the device gives a visual warning by flashing red and stores the unique identifier of each Badgeholder, along with a timestamp and the approximate distance. This information is automatically transferred to the management software as soon as it comes in range of a RightCrowd Gateway.
The badgeholder’s unique identifier, timestamp and the approximate distance are all automatically transferred to the backend software as soon as the worker comes in range of a RightCrowd Gateway. Detailed reporting is available to understand the state of social distancing across the workforce and to quickly take action in case of an infection of one of your workers.
Privacy requirements differ between organizations, industries and legal jurisdictions. RightCrowd allows you to configure and operate the Social Distancing Monitoring solution in one of the following four ways:
Monitoring and reporting is based on the RightCrowd Badgeholder. In this case we do not read the access card inserted into the badge holder. No integration with your physical access control system is needed.
Monitoring and reporting is based on the worker’s access card ID number. People’s names are not stored, but could be resolved off-line by the customer based on our reporting. No integration with your physical access control system is needed.
You upload a list of your worker’s access card ID numbers along with their names. Monitoring and reporting is still based on the worker’s access card ID number, but only if it’s explicitly allowed in the Dashboard – authorized users can view reporting based either on card IDs or workers name. No integration with your physical access control system is needed.
RightCrowd is integrated with your physical access control system and worker user ID’s are mapped. In the Dashboard users can select reporting options by ID number or workers.
The contact tracing badge stores the unique identifier, timestamp and the approximate distance when workers come in close proximity. This data is then automatically transferred to the management platform as soon as the worker comes in range of a RightCrowd Gateway.
A database renders all contact points and allows for further analysis and reporting. In cases where someone is found to have tested positive, contact tracing reports can be seamlessly provided. The application provides analysis of high-risk areas and people to enable the development of proactive mitigation strategies.
The data captured can also be called through an API, or optionally, enriched with social distancing monitoring data or people’s COVID-status information.
The business can make contact with affected workers and visitors to implement their management processes.