Inewvation: Digital Solutions for “The New Normal”

15 Jun 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic necessitates a “new normal” where people need to adapt to several changes. “New normal” can be defined as a variety of contexts implying that something, which was previously considered unusual, has now become a commonplace. This may mean living during or in post-pandemic will be altered— from work, home, to social life.


As we are dealing with the changes brought by COVID-19, new guidelines or regulations are designed and will be imposed in place, most of which will affect our way of doing things. These changes aim to lower the risk of infection, as we are slowly getting our lives back.


Under this scheme, people are allowed to go outside and buy their necessities in marketplaces, retail stores, and such, with strict observance of the “new normal” regulations. With this, it becomes obvious that the heightened measures for health will force us to new work conditions. Considering that the virus is primarily a human-to-human transmission, people have to be familiarized to a new way of living that is cautious on physical interactions.


This goes without saying that the “new normal” also means the emergence of innovation such as digital technology in keeping our daily operations going.


Inewvation International introduces a “must-have” innovative solutions for businesses to serve their customers better whilst meeting the “new normal” standards.


Inewvation Digital Portrait Kiosk with Automatic Hand Sanitizer Dispenser


Inewvation Digital Portrait Kiosk with Automatic Hand Sanitizer Dispenser is a non-touch display which allows the store owners to provide customers an exciting visual experience, and at the same time, help in reducing the spread of the virus.


This digital signage can display stores’ products and services, important advisories and guidelines, and dispense hand disinfectant or sanitizer through automatic dispensing function using proximity sensor, for people who are on the go, maintaining their cleanliness and health safety. The dispenser can load up to 1000 mL of any hand disinfectant solution, and alarms the staff with a light indicator if 75% of the content has been consumed.


It also has a body temperature checking capability to accommodate the “new normal” standards.


Though the acquisition of digital technology is just one piece of the equation, it will surely be a huge help in making people more resilient in adapting to the “new normal” standards.


As we begin to ease lockdowns and reopen businesses under extra precautions, taking proactive measures through the use of digital technology helps in making businesses relevant, deepens customer relationships, and aids in making a more prepared future.


Be part of the digital innovation!