The coronavirus crisis meant a shutdown for most cultural institutions and brought Germany’s cultural life to a standstill. Slowly, museums, galleries and memorials are allowed to open again under strict hygiene regulations, distance regulations and with a limited number of visitors – no easy task. To support cultural institutions in getting back to a new normal, a Berlin company developed the LEANDER personal guidance system.
The system guides people efficiently in public spaces while also ensuring that safety distances are observed. The LEANDER barrier and guidance system shows the way into the future with its unobtrusive design, easy tool-free handling, robust materials and flexible options for use.
Mounted panels and holders for disinfectant dispensers ensure that visitors comply with hygiene regulations and can protect each other. Monitors with written information at different heights give visitors enough space. A traffic light system for managing customer flow and to avoid overcrowded rooms is in development.
LEANDER is a flexible, attractive and individually adaptable companion that is perfect for creating distance, providing information, and adapting quickly to changing public health requirements.
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