Companies in North America Are Investing in Tech as They Look to Reopen

Companies in North America Are Investing in Tech as They Look to Reopen

Companies in North America are exploring a variety of technologies to prevent the spread of the coronavirus as they look to reopen. Per June 2020 data from M/A/R/C Research, 36% of respondents report investing in smartphone tracking, 36% in contactless sensors, and 35% in contact or noncontact thermometers.

And while 33% are investing in internet-of-things (IoT) solutions to integrate the tech mentioned above, companies are also looking at short-term, low-cost solutions—58% of respondents report investing in smart personal hygiene devices like hand sanitizer dispensers.

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