A New Wave of Anti-Virus Technology: Kights

The phrase “anti-virus technology” usually brings to mind companies and products like Norton or McAfee, but there’s a new wave of anti-virus technology in town and Kights is at the very forefront. In the wake of COVID-19, we are thrilled to have been able to introduce a remarkable new product to the Australian marketplace.

Our debut product, the Kights scanner, is an instant, automatic, infrared body temperature scanner. Rather than scanning our technological hardware for viruses (like Norton or McAfee), the Kights scanner checks our physical bodies for one of the most pertinent signs of virus: an abnormal temperature reading.

How do temperature scanners help us in 2020?

Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the last few months, you’ll have witnessed firsthand the changes to our lifestyles and work habits that COVID-19 has wreaked all around the world. People have been put out of work or have had to start working remotely. Businesses have been forced to change their practices entirely, some even having to shut down for months.

Introducing a product like the Kights scanner is one step towards moving back to a new normal. Implementing this product in workspaces or venues can help protect employees and patrons alike from communicable diseases like COVID-19. The ability to reveal a potentially ill person before they enter a venue of tens, hundreds or thousands of people could make all the difference in preventing a possible outbreak.

What other businesses are helping implement anti-virus technologies?

Many innovators and moguls have introduced amazing and helpful products in an attempt to lessen the spread and the damage caused by COVID-19. Evolving Spaces is one such business. They’ve taken a team of experienced, tech-savvy project managers and procurement professionals and dedicated them to helping businesses minimise the risk of transmission of communicable diseases. They will assess your current workspace or venue fit out and advise the kind of innovative technology and tools that could be introduced to help protect your business. The best part: they will source and install everything for you, as well as put together an implementation plan. How good is that?

What’s next?

Simply put, it’s time for businesses to take a step forward and implement the new wave of anti-virus technologies within their environments. Cleanaway, Sanitarium, Orora, Lamanna Supermarket, University of Tasmania, Sydney Zoo and Greyhound Racing Victoria have all shown that they are onboard and have introduced Kights scanners as part of their new normal. Who will be next?

 Let us know if you’d like to discuss how Kights can help advance your business by contacting us today!

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