LBS Smart Technology & Thinxtra to offer IoT-based hygiene solutions
Category: #health  By Pankaj Singh  Date: 2022-08-29
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LBS Smart Technology & Thinxtra to offer IoT-based hygiene solutions

Thinxtra, an Internet of Things (IoT) company, and LBS Smart Technology, a Hong Kong-based hygiene service-oriented technology company, have recently entered into a strategic collaboration to provide innovative hygiene solutions driven by the Internet of Things (IoT).

This partnership will further enhance public health and safety for commercial and residential venues, including housing, office buildings, shopping centers, restaurants, education facilities, healthcare facilities, and government venues.

Under this collaboration, LBS Smart Technology, which has offered hygiene management & purification technologies for over two decades, will be leveraging Thinxtra’s battery-powered IoT devices as well as the national, public 0G Network to develop smart complete hygiene solutions in Hong Kong.

These include IAQ (Indoor Air Quality) monitoring of humidity, temperature, and CO2 levels for a healthier environment; solutions for more effective restrooms management along with monitoring of usage patterns, water leaks, and more; rodent monitoring for more effective and sustainable management of rodent activities; and Smart Water Quality Monitoring to note pH levels, water temperature, and conductivity to ensure water quality matches the required standard.

Commenting on the move, KONG Chun Shak, CEO (Chief Executive Officer), LBS Smart Technology Limited, stated that this collaboration with Thinxtra is a step forward in making public and residential venues safer and healthier for all residents and visitors in Hong Kong.

Thinxtra’s OG network will give consumers access to advanced services by measuring and analyzing valuable data and tracking everything to ensure better experiences for the community – from anywhere, at any time, and any scale.

Nicholas Lambrou, CEO (Chief Executive Officer), Thinxtra, also added that with this partnership, Hong Kong’s offices, universities, hospitals, and restaurants, among other venues, will become safer, comfortable, and convenient as property operators invest in the real-time data insights rather than being dependent on guesswork to keep places in good shape.

According to Lambrou, with this partnership, LBS Smart Technology Limited will enable Thinxtra to constantly explore more and more applications that will bring value and drive proficiencies to businesses in Hong Kong.

Source credit - https://www.scoop.co.nz/stories/WO2208/S00200/internet-of-things-collaboration-bolsters-hong-kong-public-health-and-safety.htm



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