How will you protect your employees and visitors once they're returning to your office?
Most of us still have to work from home, but now is the time to prepare a flexible strategy that will get you back to business as soon as possible once state officials allow it.
The process of getting employees and visitors back into your facilities can be daunting. There are many layers of recommendations to take into account from national, international, and internal restrictions to regulations on social distancing, hygiene, and protecting the most vulnerable in our society. To help you return as many restrictions start to be lifted, we are deploying a tailored version of our indoor navigation platform, MapsIndoors.
MapsIndoors Lite allows you to assess and indicate low and high-risk areas inside and outside your buildings. It also lets you test and adjust employee setups according to your headcount and give alternative routes for different profiles, allowing the flow of people to be spread out evenly, meaning overcrowded areas can be avoided.
MapsIndoors Lite highlights
- Flexible route guidance to avoid the overcrowded areas
- Custom visualization of areas with various regulations
- Full outline of your new office layouts and available desks
- Ready within 7 working days
“The MapsIndoors platform is a great tool for businesses to assist you in managing a safe return after the Covid-19 pandemic. It’s a Lite version of our existing platform that can be deployed within seven working days,” says Jannik Brouwers, CSO at MapsPeople.
MapsIndoors Lite doesn’t require any on-site visits or physical contact with MapsPeople. To hear more about MapsIndoors Lite, you can book a meeting with one of our representatives here.