IK initially designed Safe Spacer™ to ensure we could open our own facilities safely and productively with an effective Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) solution. Every decision was taken to address the different challenges of our factory, logistics facility, and office spaces. The result is a flexible solution that lets businesses everywhere get back to daily life safely.
Safe Spacer™ is designed to adapt to any workplace, from the largest factory to the tightest-packed warehouse.
Safe Spacer offers LED light, sound and vibration alert options. So no matter your facility’s noise floor, ambient lighting or other environmental factors, you can be sure workers will be kept safe without amending other safety or productivity protocols.
No matter how big your office, Safe Spacer is easy to roll out quickly as part your Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). There’s no additional hardware required, and each unit works out of the box.
Ultra-wideband (UWB) technology offers 10x superior accuracy and won’t lose precision or reliability like Bluetooth when too many units are in close proximity. It’s ideal for places like logistics facilities where a large number of employees are in motion.
Wristband, lanyard and keychain options let Safe Spacer work alongside other protective gear that your workplace might require, keeping workers safe from sickness without risking other injuries.
Safe Spacer is designed to support all businesses and organizations, from 10 people to 10,000: from small business with a single access point to mid and large facilities with hundreds or thousands of employees.
And with the optional S-Bridge access point or S-Charger docking/charging station, you have multiple options for data download and monitoring, from once per working shift to real-time.
1 - Small facility using Safe Spacer just for social distance
2 - Small/Mid facility with one access point
3 - Mid/Large facilities with multiple access/docking points (wireless/wired)
Safe Spacer™ is also ideal for facilities open to the public, especially those with reduced capacity or controlled access.
1 - A receptionist provides a unit to each visitor as they enter
2 - The user wears the unit for the duration of their visit
3 - The user exits and returns the device
4 - Each unit is cleaned and sanitized (with spray or UV disinfectant) for the next user to wear safely