ThingLogix, OnLogic announce partnership to help prevent the spread of COVID-19
Workwatch manages daily health screenings, time and attendance, body temperature, and mask compliance and is easily integrated into existing access control, facility management, and HR systems.
BELMONT, CA and SOUTH BURLINGTON, VT (AUGUST 10, 2020) - Today, ThingLogix (www.thinglogix.com) is announcing a partnership with global industrial computer manufacturer and solution specialist, OnLogic (www.onlogic.com). ThingLogix has fully integrated OnLogic's edge devices into Workwatch™, a complete COVID-19 management solution. Workwatch manages time and attendance, body temperature, and mask compliance and is easily integrated into existing access control, facility management, and HR systems. OnLogic’s powerful computer hardware enables Workwatch artificial intelligence (AI) software to create a full-featured solution for workplace, school or venue automation and compliance. Thermal screening data is correlated with employee and visitor records for entry and exit to ensure compliance and traceability. ThingLogix chose OnLogic to provide the computing solution for Workwatch for its proven reputation creating highly reliable computing solutions engineered to last in the most challenging environments. By integrating OnLogic's industrial hardware, Workwatch can now be deployed in a wide range of new applications and locations.
“OnLogic gateways, and their experience in building ultra-reliable computers, have given us the confidence to offer this solution to our customers," says Carl Krupitzer, CEO of ThingLogix. "As a strategic partner, OnLogic provides the quality of products and delivery timeline to launch Workwatch Thermal into a market that needs this kind of technology to help get back to work. We are excited to offer their products to our customers and to provide Workwatch as a comprehensive solution to OnLogic customers as well."
The COVID-19 pandemic has placed unprecedented strain on communities, schools, workplaces, and events around the globe. Now, as these institutions of public life begin to reopen, employers and community leaders are trying to design safe ways to get people back to the new normal as quickly and safely as possible.
With everyone trying to navigate new back-to-work/school mitigation protocols and enhanced screening procedures, technology is offering solutions to streamline these processes at scale. ThingLogix Workwatch delivers a complete solution including thermal screening, automated social distancing monitoring, and Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) policy management. Using powerful image processing and sensor-based (internet of things) IoT features, Workwatch can maintain the records necessary to ensure compliance with changing requirements.
ThingLogix developed Workwatch on its underlying Foundry IoT platform, built on Amazon Web Services (AWS). Workwatch enables employers to quickly start screening staff and restore on-site operations. The foundation for the gateway portion of the solution was OnLogic’s next-generation Helix Series computing platform, powered by Intel’s 10th gen processing.
Sean Larkin, President of OnLogic added, “In the United States, we spend the majority of our time indoors, and in the age of COVID-19, making sure those spaces are safe is critically important. OnLogic’s line of industrial computers can power the technology our communities need to keep our buildings healthy, connected and informed as the country begins to reopen. We are excited to work with ThingLogix on the Workwatch solution and provide an offering that addresses users’ needs right out of the box.”
About OnLogic: OnLogic is a global industrial computer manufacturer that designs highly-configurable, solution-focused computers engineered for reliability for the IoT edge. OnLogic systems operate in the world’s harshest environments, empowering customers to solve their most complex computing challenges, no matter their industry. Fueled by a unique, direct-to-customer business model that combines vertical integration, modular product design, and a powerful online platform, OnLogic produces computers designed to last, built to order, and delivered in days. Founded in 2003 as Logic Supply, the company has offices in the U.S., Netherlands, Taiwan and Malaysia, and has helped more than 70,000 customers worldwide solve their most complex hardware challenges. Learn more about how builders, makers and doers are making the impossible possible using OnLogic hardware at www.onlogic.com or on Twitter @OnLogic.
About ThingLogix:ThingLogix is a provider of Serverless Internet of Things (IoT) solutions and Serverless Low-Code Application Development Platform, Foundry. We empower our clients with a scalable and extensible, enterprise-grade, serverless Low-Code IoT platform that propels solutions to revenue in a fraction of time.
Our platform Foundry simplifies, accelerates, and optimizes the development, deployment, and operation of market-facing Serverless or IoT services deployed on Amazon Web Services (AWS). Our technology delivers sophisticated functionality, rapid time-to-market, infinite scalability, and extreme cost-efficiency. Workwatch is developed on ThingLogix Foundry and is deployable into customer’s AWS accounts or as a multi-tenant service.
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