UHNW | GILLERAN - COVID-19

Returning Confidence To Individuals To Return To Hotels, The Workplace, The Skies & Large Events During The COVID-19 Pandemic

The best way to see the value and uniqueness of this approach is in a demo.

 

We present to you, what we believe is the most effective solution for returning:

  • customers to hotels
  • employees to work
  • travellers to the skies
  • audiences to large events / gatherings

WITH CONFIDENCE.

 

There are 3 parts to the solution:

  • Part 1 - A COVID-19 test, at an earlier date, or on the day.
  • Part 2 - A scan, at entry to work, hotel, airport, or large gathering.  This is award winning technology.
  • Part 3 - A bespoke, customised element, will be available, as required, to suit the individual needs of your business.
  • For clarity, you can buy the tests without the scan/code technology, or you can buy the scan/code technology without the tests, or you can buy together as a package.

 

Part 1 - The COVID-19 Test

Tests for COVID-19 would take place before entry to hotel, work, airport or large gathering.  This could be a separate building or office for people to attend, to receive a test, by a health professional.

The result of the test would be electronically read onto a machine, which links the result of the test to the person’s verified identity.  We have 5 tests available, or you could choose a combination of tests.  The person would have the identity details on an app on their phone, and this would then be used for the scan.:

  1. ANTIBODY TEST 1.  This product is used for the qualitative detection of the presence of IgM and IgG antibodies, to detect SARS-CoV-2 / COVID-19 / Coronavirus in human serum, plasma and whole blood, using a small white cassette.  No external machine required.  Detection of the antibodies occurs within a few minutes.
  2. ANTIBODY TEST 2.  This is a very similar procedure to the above, and similar high quality.  It is an alternative antibody test we sell, depending on capacity vs demand at time of orders.
  3. CRP+SAA+IgM+IgG TEST.  This is the more complicated microfluidics machine based test.  C-reactive protein {CRP}, Serum Amyloid A {SAA}.  Qualitative test.  CRP is a blood test marker for
    inflammation in the body. It is produced in the liver and its level is measured by testing the blood. CRP is classified as an acute phase reactant, which means that its levels will rise in response to
    inflammation.  SAA is an acute phase protein and α-globulin that is produced in the liver in response to inflammatory cytokines. The change of SAA level has important clinical value for early diagnosis, risk assessment, observation of efficacy and prognosis evaluation of infectious diseases. In addition to the increase in bacterial infections, SAA is also significantly increased in viral infections. According to the degree of increase or combined with other indicators, it can prompt bacterial or viral infections, thereby making up for the current commonly used inflammation marker indicates the lack of virus infection.
  4. PCR TEST.  Polymerase chain reaction {PCR} test.  This test looks for evidence that the virus is currently in your body, by detecting the presence of its RNA in a swab sample from your nose/throat.  The PCR test detects the genetic material in the virus called RNA. When the sample reaches the lab, a solution known as a ‘reagent’ is added to it. If there is virus present this reagent starts a ‘chain reaction’ and creates billions of copies of the genetic material in the virus so that there is enough that it can be detected and analysed by scientists to provide a positive result.  The PCR test can therefore only tell us if the virus is currently present in the body.  This test is also known as an RNA, genetic, molecular, viral detection or swab test. Sometimes PCR tests are also incorrectly referred to as ‘antigen tests’ but these are slightly different.
  5. ANTIGEN MICROFLUIDIC CHIP.  An antigen test reveals if a person is currently infected with a pathogen such as the SARS-CoV-2 virus.  Once the infection has gone, the antigen disappears.  Unlike nucleic acid based tests such as PCR, which detect the presence of genetic material, antigen tests detect proteins or glycans, such as the spike proteins found on the surface of the SARS-CoV-2 virus.  They can take longer to develop than molecular and antibody tests, as suitable antibodies for use in the assays must first be identified and produced, which can be a complex and time-consuming process.  HOWEVER, WE HAVE AN ANTIGEN TEST AVAILABLE.

 

Part 2 - AWARD-WINNING TECHNOLOGY - The Scan / Code / App

  • For customers checking in at hotels, employees returning to work, travellers coming to the airport to fly, or for people attending large gatherings, they would need to show their app, containing their identity and COVID-19 status, to a person or persons at the entry who scans them.  Only those with the app/identity/healthy COVID-19 status, would be allowed through.
  • The code used for the scan is new technology.
  • Barcodes have been around for decades, and, in the opinion of this author, will not serve for this purpose, as the scanner will have to be too close to the individual with the app {less than 2 metres safe distance!}, they can hold limited information, and they are slow to read, which you do not want if you have a long line of people at the airport/hotel, etc..
  • Likewise, QR codes have been around for some time, first designed in 1994 apparently, and in the opinion of this author, they will not serve this purpose, as the person scanning and the person with the app will have to be too close in these COVID-19 times, and also, they are too slow in comparison with this new code.
  • This new, 3rd generation, code, however, can be read even from approximately 100 metres away.  It can be read at a scale of approximately 40 to 1, so if the code on the app is 5cm, this can be read 2 metres away.  Alternatively you can print out the code, to have it scanned.  The code can also be scanned while it is moving, so a person with the code on the app could have their code scanned whilst they are still moving, as the scanner will zero in on the code very quickly, which should help greatly with avoiding or reducing queue build-up.  The information available on the code can be customised, with lots of information about the person or very little, depending on the requirements of the company or organisation doing the scanning, and the privacy requirements/laws in place – some people scanning will just need to know the person does not have COVID-19 whilst other people scanning may require more detail about the person with the code on their app.  The code has its intellectual property protected.  This new code is much more advanced than QR code, in the opinion of this author, and can hold much more information if required, and will have many applications for businesses way beyond COVID-19.

 

For further details, or a DEMO, please EMAIL: consulting@martingilleran.com 

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