"Real-time surveillance and timely alerts is what is required to
stall and slow down the pandemic."
With the apocalyptic spread of COVID-19 pandemic, we are gazing at changed priorities across the globe. The Government bodies and Corporates are focused on saving human capital and wellbeing of their people, and have provided specific guidelines to be followed by offices, workplaces, factories and establishments for containment of the outbreak.
AI-based Technology Solutions that help in achieving social distancing and that work remotely without the need for a human operator to install or monitor are the ace cards that will keep organizations afloat amidst the pandemic, while giving them a future edge.
Elixir’s Self-deploy technology makes it easier to ensure safety of your people and track compliance with local government regulations – with ZERO CAPEX, and in just a few minutes!Subscribe NOW
Wearing masks is mandatory in workplaces and public places. Know the mask compliance levels and get violation alerts. Can be deployed in offices, airports, hospitals, Nursing homes, Grocery & Medicine shopsSubscribe NOW
Spot crowding in public places or your work sites and get instant alerts – to make your surveillance system more effective towards fighting COVID-19; monitor if people are following the specified distance ruleSubscribe NOW
As an endeavour to curb the spread of virus, cleaning and sanitising the key areas is a must for your workplace, establishment or factory. Know if the cleaning schedule is being adhered to as per the specified frequency and get timely alerts in case of a breachSubscribe NOW
All areas in the premises must be disinfected regularly. Track if this is being done as per the specialised equipment and at the desired frequency. Get alerts in case of a violationSubscribe NOW
Choose the module you need
Pay as per chosen subscription plan
Download & install the app right away for your specific camera(s)
You get personalised dashboard instantly that shows relevant real-time analytics derived from camera feeds