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Articles September - October 2023


AV-ICN Expo Magazine shares a brief of latest installations from the world of pro AV in this recurring feature of AV installations. read more

Articles September - October 2023

PLAY Technologies Transforms AV Experiences at Aljamea New!

Sachin K. Jain, Principal Consultant, PLAY technologies, shares insights on the state-of-the-art facility as he recounts the installation experiences with AV-ICN Magazine. read more

Articles September - October 2023

Unwinding The Changing Dynamics of Sennheiser with Naveen Sridhara New!

During the latest 'TCC Medium' and 'TC Bar' launch, Naveen Sridhara, Director of Sales, Sennheiser, shared Sennheiser's big leap in the UC market and strategies to stimulate growth in the pro-AV segment. read more

Articles July-August 2023

PALM Expo 2023 Achieves Recognition from Global Brands New!

PALM Expo 2023 returned with its 21st edition, drawing exhibitors and at¬tendees from around the globe, simultaneously placing the Indian pro audio and lighting indus¬try on the map. read more

Articles July-August 2023

Pro AV Mass Market Momentum Emphasizes AV-ICN Expo Success New!

AV-ICN Expo 2023 took place at the BEC, Mumbai, once again marking its presence as the torchbearer for the AV industry in India. read more

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Kramer Launches Corona Tag: A Social Distance Monitoring Device

Kramer’s newly launched Bluetooth-based wearable device monitors social distancing in public avenues and the workplace. The device will help avoid site-down shutdowns when an employee gets Covid-19 by identifying the limited number of other staff was exposed.

The device is based on HSL technology. With the help of Bluetooth signals, the distance and exposure time in between tags is calculated. Concerning stringent user privacy requirements, the corona Tag does not save any data such as names and locations visited. This independent device does not rely on any external hardware or communication signals. Due to this self-sufficient quality, there is no need for mobile phones or other connections such as GPRS, Wi-Fi, or GPS. The only information recorded is the other tag’s Physical MAC address and the time spent together in proximity. Information from the tags can only be retrieved by a certified administrator, via a specially designated USB cable.

The Corona Tag does not require any special training to use the administration software. There are no central databases of any encounter created. The device only stores information for two weeks. The battery life lasts up to six months before requiring replacement and the tag is activated automatically with movement, so there is no need to manually power the tag on or off. Implementing this is an easy and cost-effective way to minimize shutdowns while preserving an individual’s privacy.

The compact size means the Corona Tag can easily be attached to a lanyard. Multiple color options and customized logo additions are available to suit corporate branding and identities. Corona Tags are not designed nor intended to prevent, mitigate, eliminate, treat, diagnose or cure any disease or health condition including COVID-19/Coronavirus. Corona Tags are intended for public use, only to monitor social distancing and provide for contract tracing in the workplace, school, and public venues. 

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