Zyter Introduces COVID-19 Suite

Zyter Introduces COVID-19 Suite

Zyter® has announced the availability of the Zyter COVID-19 Suite™, consisting of four integrated digital screening, thermal imaging, contact tracing and monitoring tools to help organizations keep personnel safe from spreading the COVID-19 virus in their work environment. Also available as stand-alone solutions, each component of the suite is available now and can be deployed quickly in hospitals, healthcare settings, office buildings, stadiums, across school campuses, retail distribution centers, enterprise offices, and any organization in which large groups of people are in close proximity.

“COVID-19 has dramatically changed the way we live and work,” said Sanjay Govil, founder and CEO of Zyter, Inc. “The Zyter COVID-19 Suite provides organizations of all types and sizes a secure and comprehensive way to adapt to the new normal, remain open, and lessen the risk of COVID-19 infections among personnel.”

The Zyter COVID-19 Suite integrates smart digital technologies to ensure the safety of enterprise premises through:

Digital self-assessment health surveys on mobile devices
Thermal mass temperature screening and alerts
Bluetooth-enabled contact tracing
Continuous real-time monitoring on a cloud-based portal

The four components of the Zyter COVID-19 Suite are:

Zyter Daily Health Pass™. This is an AI-driven, digital health self-assessment survey in which persons respond to questions about any possible exposure to COVID-19.

Zyter ThermalAlert™. This is a dual spectrum, thermal imaging solution that delivers continuous, real-time, non-contact temperature monitoring.

Zyter Digital Contact Tracing™. This solution consists of smart Bluetooth-enable wristbands worn by employees to track and record real-time data on their proximity to each other on a daily basis.

Zyter Enterprise Portal™. This portal provides a comprehensive, holistic view of alerts and other data pushed to the cloud from all of the components of the Zyter COVID-19 Suite.


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