Elo Access™ App Now Offers Premium Tier for Temperature Screening & Mask Detection

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MILPITAS, Calif.–()–Elo, a Silicon Valley-based global provider of interactive solutions, today announced major enhancements to its Elo Access™ App. Originally launched as a quick and easy way to create, deploy and manage on premise access-control health questionnaires, the upgraded app now offers features including mask detection and automated temperature screening on Elo’s award-winning self-service kiosk. This solution is designed to simplify visitor management enabling businesses to help protect employees, students, patients and guests in retail, hospitality, manufacturing, healthcare, education and other public-interaction environments.

When combined with Elo’s Temperature Sensor Pro** and leading portfolio of Android devices for business, Elo has developed an all-in-one solution that enables resellers to help the businesses they support open quickly. Using the power of EloView, the Elo Access App can be deployed and managed remotely. The Premium App can be purchased as an annual subscription through distribution partners. Powering businesses in every corner of the globe, Elo’s unified architecture drives engaging self-order, patient check-in and consumer check-out experiences. Elo Access is a great example of the power of the platform to be configured for a specific use.

“The growing desire to get out and resume normal activities in a safe and appropriate manner is driving the need for new technology-enabled safety solutions,” said Craig Witsoe, CEO of Elo. “The combination of upgraded Elo Access App and temperature check kiosk provides businesses with a simple, complete and highly visible safety check for their employees and visitors.”

Elo Access App Features

Building on the customizable questionnaire* capabilities of the standard version of the Elo Access App, the premium version offers key features including:

  • Mask detection to determine if a user is wearing one and, if not, request the user to wear a mask before access is granted.
  • Temperature Scanning for automated, real-time temperature screening of employees and guests.
  • Email notifications to alert administrators when a temperature screening exceeds the set threshold…

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