Challenge: The Coletivo284 project is already a case study. It's betting and wanting to implement a collaborative economy. Each doing what each one does well, but always thinking on behalf of everyone. They were looking for a solution that, due to the public health and pandemic situation of COVID-19, would promote the creation of the first 100% safe gallery. Ultimately, they wanted to have the most innovative in the market for the space of the last organized exhibition, the Pyros Collection - a creative idea to prevent the fires that happen in Portugal every year from falling into oblivion, with a set of pieces of furniture designed and produced by the architect Nuno Lacerda (CNLL Architects), from burnt wood.
Solution: Installation of Hygistation in the exhibition space - an innovative and technological interactive kiosk that includes a hand hygiene system, body temperature measurement, protective mask and access control.
Results: After the exhibition opened, the use of Hygistation allowed all visitors to measure their body temperature at the entrance to space, to be warned about the mandatory use of a mask and to disinfect their hands, thus promoting a safer and more hygienic environment.
Kiosk for hand hygiene and body temperature measurement. A combined Wingsys solution, which incorporates an information display, an automatic hand sanitizer dispenser and the body temperature measurement function.