- We’re helping people get back to work and school with temperature screening!
- We’ve helped care givers with face shields!
- We’re helping a changing world with Predictive Mobility!
- Recognition from the Community
- Featured on the cover of Government CIO
- Featured on “Conversations in AI” Podcast
- Featured on “Creativity Loves Constraints” Podcast
- LinqThingz organizes Milwaukee’s First Smart City Symposium
Screening 2000 students entering school in 30 minutes!
We are providing a back-to-work/school, elevated-body-temperature solution designed for the enterprise customer! Companies and government organizations have definite challenges bringing back tens of thousands of employees and students to their buildings without legal and health exposure. Our solution eliminates the social interaction required by handheld scanners and the manual effort and complexity required by imaging systems. LinqThingz patent-pending solution has been built from on our existing technology portfolio to provide rapid time to market.
see a quick demo video here!
Ready to Deliver!
Our trainable sensor hardware, software and cloud infrastructure is ready to be implemented for automated febrile measurement at indoor entrances or as stand-along kiosks using our telemedicine stands. We have features aligned with the success required for demanding customers.
- Automated (no hand scanners that risk exposure and require human operator)
- Easy to Implement (no cameras, tripods, computers and clunky PC software)
- Mindful of Privacy(no public alarms, blinking lights, buzzers or data)
- Cloud Integration (connect your global organization through the same system)
- SaaS (pay for what you use and benefit from continual improvements)
- Complete (all hardware and software is completely integrated with nothing to assemble)
- Differentiated Tech (patent trail dating to back to 2005)
- Reporting/Analytics (built in basics for managing compliance and documentation)
- API for enterprise integration (make it work within your existing security and process flow)
Delivered to Health Heroes!
We’re problem solvers, we’re innovators, we’re action takers! We saw a
need, created a design, enlisted a supply chain and delivered pallet
loads of face shields to healthcare heroes in need! We are grateful for
the opportunity to help and thankful for the great feedback!
from Colorado …”Thank you very much for seeing the need and diving in.”
from Wisconsin …”I wanted to follow up and express by deep felt thanks again for allowing me to place an order of face shields…”
Saving lives with “Future As a Service”
How we move to and in our jobs, restaurants, stores, churches and entertainment has changed. The importance or secure, reliable, efficient and predictable supply chains has been made clear. Our world needs a new way to move people and products with high accuracy and future insight. Our world needs Predictive Mobility. We continue to develop and test our Predictive Mobility solutions to help first responders avoid blocked crossings and to help ease the madness of finding parking for drive up orders.
Recognition for the community
Recognition from the Community!
Coldwell Banker recognizes contribution of local company helping to innovate solutions for the COVID pandemic.
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LinqThingz feature on cover of Government CIO magazine.
LinqThingz application of AI/IoT to the new category of solutions called “Predictive Mobility” has made it one of the top Smart Cities solutions of 2019 and the cover story of the Smart Cities edition of Government CIO Outlook. A link to the article is HERE
Creativity Loves Constraints
Mathew Keys from Tundra Angels featured us on one of his great “Creativity Loves Constraints” podcast. A link to the podcast is HERE
Faster Ambulances Guided from Artificial Intelligence
Paolo Messina has featured us his future-looking “Conversations in AI” podcast. A link to the podcast is HERE
LinqThingz Organizes First Annual Milwaukee Smart Cities Symposium
Lingthingz Organized and hosted the first annual “Milwaukee Smart City Symposium” with top thought leaders, panel discussions and vendors. The 2020 symposium was cancelled due to COVID19. Information about the 2019 symposium is HERE.