Vancouver’s TraceSafe announced today that they have signed a multi-year technology agreement with a global tier-1 transportation firm to enhance guest experiences for years to come.
While today’s announcement doesn’t name the transportation firm, a move by TraceSafe earlier this year points to the cruise ship industry.
In January 2021, TraceSafe announced the formation of a strategic Cruise Ship and Hospitality Advisory Council to establish best practice protocols and product innovations for the specific benefit of cruise lines. Based on the Council’s input, TraceSafe products will include low connectivity support, APIs for rapid pairing, gyroscope for human activity recognition, RFID protocol for payment processing, as well as capacity and safety monitoring.
“These new protocols and sensors allow us to offer an exciting array of services through our platform, positioning TraceSafe well at the center of seamless guest experiences in a post-COVID environment,” said Wayne Lloyd CEO of TraceSafe.
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“Our future developments, focused on AI for human activity recognition, will allow us to offer transportation and hospitality providers revenue generation for their services, heat mapping to determine the movement of guests, and the ability for operators to distribute employee resources to better serve guests and passengers.”
In addition to this multi-year agreement, TraceSafe is successfully supporting multiple international Proofs of Concept with cruise lines, transportation operators and hospitality providers, and expects to work with more as the industries reopen. TraceSafe’s intelligent wearable technology platform complements the growing demand for innovation, safety, comfort, and enhanced guest experiences.
TraceSafe’s safety wearables and contact tracing technology give businesses and venues confidence in a time of uncertainty. TraceSafe technologies automate compliance related to health and safety ensuring customers and employees feel more safe and secure. Last month TraceSafe reached an agreement to supply a global Tier 1 semiconductor manufacturer with 60,000 wearable units to be used across their enterprise.
Built with privacy-by-design standards, TraceSafe is committed to protecting personal privacy and providing solutions compliant with privacy laws and regulations in all international markets.
TraceSafe is publicly traded on the Canadian Securities Exchange under the symbol TSF.
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