Until an effective vaccine against corona has been found, the health of visitors and exhibitors is the focus of the trade fair organisers, not least because of official regulations. In particular, the official reporting regulations that apply in the event of an infection pose a particular challenge. With simple visitor tracking at the entrances and exits, it is sometimes difficult to reconstruct a chain of contacts in an emergency. But what would be the case if the required data could be collected as accurately as possible and, of course, in compliance with DSGVO?
With the FairTracing procedure this is possible. It is based on the Scan2Lead technology and can trace the path of the visitor at a trade fair very precisely on the basis of the visited touchpoints. All that is required is regular contactless data acquisition of the respective visitor via a scan on the exhibition grounds. After the entrance control and the first registration, the Scan2Lead App calculates with the FairTracing method probable time windows with each transaction, which precisely reconstruct and narrow down the paths and possible contact persons of visitors. This works via influencing factors such as stand size, the number of stand employees and lead sheet activities.
In the event of an emergency, the health authorities will receive the data securely, digitally encrypted and at the required speed. Trade fair organisers can thus supplement their hygiene concept in a meaningful way and thus demonstrate that a trade fair visit is safe. Unlike other applications, the FairTracing procedure can be used internationally.