Automatically operated automatic doors, thermal cameras, an occasional isolation area, and even a self-cleaning elevator.
These are just some of the goal setting shareware that you can use The world’s first anti-Covid office building, located in Bucharest.
It is a large building complex with five floors and a total area of 15 thousand square meters created by Genesis Property, a large real estate company Romania.
The building complex is called H3 and rents it Ericsson to offer its approximately two thousand employees in the Romanian capital a safe health environment when they are called upon to return to their jobs.
According to an article in the British newspaper Guardian, the doors throughout the five-storey building have no knobs. Instead, there are automatic doors that are activated by the employees themselves by activating the mechanism manually.
Then a thermal camera examines the employee’s temperature and those workers found to have a fever should enter a special isolation area until the procedures for their safe removal from the building begin.
Those who successfully pass the thermal camera test will enter one self-cleaning elevator and coming out of it they will activate intact with their hand the mechanism that opens the entrances.
And these are just some of them a total of 135 meters of coronavirus protection present in the building. Also, according to the article, there are special circulations in the building anti-covid robot that disinfect the premises with ultraviolet radiation, a special mechanism of ultraviolet sterilization in the ventilation system, a special antimicrobial paint on the walls, while there are some very specialized mechanisms for removing mold or any material or organism that may be a potential source of infection.
“Our project welcomes all technological innovations, scientific knowledge and the psychology that develops in the workplace in order to encourage both employers and employees around the world to return to their workplaces in complete safety,” he said. Livy Tudor, CEO of Genesis, emphatically adding that his company is currently constructing about 15 such buildings worldwide, while he concludes with meaning that “he has no problem transferring this know-how to other, even competing, companies in order for all of us to return safely to our workplace and to our daily pre-coronavirus”.