A new simple crowd management wireless traffic light system
The Corona pandemic has placed us all in an exceptional situation. Our everyday life has been changed in so many different ways and we have to face new challenges on a daily basis. The highest priority has to be the health and safety of the population.
Both government and companies are looking at all possible ways to control the spread of the virus. Werma is able to make an important contribution with the launch of the traffic light system SignalSET. This system provides the control of access to supermarkets and shops, dentist and doctor’s surgeries, for example, and thus enables compliance with local “social distancing” regulations.
Crowd management made quick, simple and unambiguous
Government and the Health authorities recommend maintaining a safe “social distance” of 2 m between persons. This requires a degree of organisation of customers entering shops and surgeries and in fact any public buildings. The signal device manufacturer Werma can offer a simple easy to install solution with its wireless SignalSET, the optimal solution for crowd management and access control.
SignalSET system indicates to the persons waiting at the entrance to the shop or building whether or not it is safe to enter taking into account the number of people who may already be inside.
The product is ideal not only for supermarkets but also smaller retail outlets, chemists, doctor’s surgeries and countless other public buildings where access control is necessary to ensure the health and safety of the staff and public alike.
Green light – safe to enter
The traffic light set consists of a wireless controlled signal tower with red and green lights installed outside the entrance controlled by a member of staff inside the entrance who uses a wireless switch box to change the lights from red to green with an additional indicator board showing “Please enter” or “Please wait”.
Ready for immediate use with “plug and play”
The system is very easy and quick to install – no hard-wiring involved. All you have to do is to plug the light in to a power socket outside. Should there not be an outside socket available an optional kit can be supplied with a USB terminal element which can be powered by a standard USB power bank.
The light can be installed using a right angled bracket fixed to a wall. Other mounting options are available. The traffic light can also be fitted with a so-called vocal element which is a simple mp3 device onto which you can easily record an appropriate message/instruction or audio file.