Is Your Hotel Room Clean? NFC Shares the Answer

By Claire Swedberg

A solution from Creating Revolutions includes NFC-enabled wristbands for hotel room housekeepers, as well as NFC tags, cloud-based software and AI, to confirm that linens are laundered, surfaces are wiped, filters are changed and housekeepers are healthy—and to share that data with guests.

As hotels reopen following the lifting of COVID-19 quarantines, they are putting a high priority on ensuring that each room is properly cleaned for the next guest. Some are now using Near Field Communication (NFC) technology to capture cleaning data, analyze the effectiveness of work being done and share that information with the housekeepers performing the work, as well as with hotel management. Traditionally, guests have had to trust that room clea...

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