The Hygi DS is an indoor environment kiosk, with digital signage and hand disinfection, completely contactless. It does not require any touch by the user on the device. This equipment, in addition to being an essential sanitation station in any public space today, works to prevent the spread of diseases and also functions as an access point to content.
Available in several colors, the Hygi DS has a professional digital signage display, with integrated sound that allows a use of 18 hours a day and seven days a week. The automatic agnostic dispenser works through a sensor, allows the refilling of alcohol gel, foam and liquid soap of any brand and has a capacity of 1Lt in the container itself.
This device is intended, mainly, for public or private places, of great affluence: shopping centres, hotels, hospitals, pharmacies, schools, airports, stadiums, companies, railway stations, among others.
The reopening of public spaces is dependent on:
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Customers have access to advertising, useful information and alert messages when they disinfect their hands at the kiosk. Replaces information panels with a mobile and agnostic product.
Remote sharing of dynamic content. Possible customization of the kiosk (color and logo).
More hygiene and more safety
The Hygi DS is an indoor kiosk completely contactless and provides more security in accessing the spaces where it is located. It is a very effective technological solution in preventing the transmission of diseases in areas with a large number of people.
The contents are easily managed and edited remotely, in a simple and centralized way, through the access to the backoffice of the digital signage software installed in the Hygi DS. This specialized software allows to create a monthly plan, scheduling the contents, dates and hours of transmission. In the backoffice you can also manage, simultaneously or individually, more than one device and have visibility over all, whether installed in the same space or not, observing in real time the contents that are transmitted on the displays of the various kiosks.