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The new reality? Among other things, that is social distancing. The 1,5-meter society sounds decent in theory, but how do you deal with it as a meeting planner in practice? And how do you ensure that the social distancing measures are respected by your attendees? CrowdSaver has developed wearable solutions that are perfect for your next fair, conference or event.

With many years of experience in radio-controlled wristbands for events, CrowdLED saw a need in these post-coronavirus times and developed two social distancing solutions for events under their new CrowdSaver label.

CrowdRanger

The CrowdRanger is a device that you can wear around your neck or put in your pocket. The device provides the wearer visual feedback in the form of light, vibrations, and sound when another device enters the safe circle. For every CrowdRanger the distance is adjustable, according to the government measures per country. The social distance wearable works with ultra-wideband technology and provides precision up to a few centimeters.

CrowdRangers are available in two versions. The Pro version keeps track of other CrowdRangers that enter the safety circle, making it useful for contact tracing. The Lite version makes no registrations and is completely anonymous. Both versions work completely autonomously, no server or router is required.

The solution will be available to rent or buy as of July 2020. The rental formula is ideal for events of all kinds. Purchasing is particularly interesting for theme parks, fairs, factories, and workshops.

CrowdTimer

For companies that are working with a maximum number of visitors and time slots, there is a new friendly way to tell visitors when their time is up: CrowdTimer.

The Timer is available as a wristband or lanyard and is handed to the visitors upon arrival. Consequently, an employee sets the time with the remote controller. When the time is up, the wearable turns red, letting the visitor know that their time is up. A handy solution to allow visitors to attend your fair with time slots or if you are looking for a simple way to improve traffic flow.