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Real-time monitoring of Cleaner Activity Parkwide

It’s great news that holiday parks can now open again in the UK. Although there seems to be no shortage of demand, owners and operators are now facing many new challenges when it comes to ensuring the delivery of a COVID-secure park. Parkwide cleaning poses a major challenge. Knowing when units are clean and who they were cleaned by has never been more important, especially when it comes to maintaining social distancing on busy changeover days. 

That’s where the WiSE wireless monitoring solution from Ramtech can help. 

WiSE Hubs can be installed anywhere on park, both indoors and out, to provide checkpoint locations for staff members to tag in and out of their jobs. This live data is fed back automatically to the WiSE Platform or via API to the park’s own booking system.

Benefits of using the WiSE Cleaner Complete solution: 

  • Get live cleaning data for every pitch and communal facility
  • Record the start, completion and duration times of every task
  • Reduce voice over radio traffic
  • Avoid chaos, confusion and stress on busy changeover days
  • Track & trace individual activity and performanceLong-range radio network can tackle any size of park
  • Fully delivered and supported solution 

Contact us to explore a tailor-made solution for your park.

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