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Toilet occupancy control system ensures one in/one out

A British business that normally works on aviation software has brought to production a toilet occupancy warning system to address the growing concern across hospitality venues emerging out of lockdown.

The Software Farm in Gloucestershire has scaled up production of Sintuitive, a visible alert that works similar to the ones used on passenger aircraft to ensure a one in/one out occupancy and eliminate queues and bottlenecks.

The self-install plug and play system works via a sensor on the toilet door frame from which an ethernet cable runs to a beacon placed in any location, informing when the toilet is vacant or engaged via a red or green light. The system costs £225+VAT for one toilet or £399+VAT for two.

Also available is an occupancy counting system for entrances which records and counts people in and out of exits and entrances and will warn staff of capacity thresholds via a beacon placed above till/bar etc. This information can be broadcast to a tablet at entrances to inform customers of the live occupancy levels. The system costs £599+VAT.

For any hospitality business that purchases either systems, they will have access to a month’s free subscription to Menu Connect, a mobile table ordering and payment system for the hospitality industry.  

Sintuitive 01242 222878

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