The system was designed in partnership with biometric identification and authentication systems provider Clear Blue Technologies.
Zoono is a microbe shield that Trax Print says is as toxic as vitamin C or coffee, and when sprayed on surfaces is proven to protect people through physical contact from all germs and bacteria up to 30 days.
Trax Print says the dynamic sanitisation certificate’s QR code is scanned by the cleaning contractor after treating the area with Zoono with the Trax Print powered mobile phone app - and the scan will then reset the certificate validity automatically adding another 30 days of protection.
When a person uses a normal QR code reader on their mobile phone, they will be instantly notified of how many days of protection is left for that site.
“This certificate will give the public a peace of mind that would not be normally achieved in this time of pandemic.” says Marius Erasmus, CEO of Liquigenic.
“The site owners know that the Zoono product is protecting everyone, but to give the public a way to instantly know when the protection was applied is essential to opening businesses up again”.
Trax Print’s says that with its background in anti-fraud, the certificates validity can’t be held into question, and only authorised cleaners can reset the timeframe of the certificate’s currency.
“Giving Liquigenic this cutting-edge technology to allow the South African economy to open up is a very exciting prospect” said Robyn Ablinger, CEO of Trax Print.
“It certainly shows that South Africa is willing to adopt new, out of the box methods to get things kick started again” Liquigenic’s main aim is to show every citizen of South Africa that they can start returning to some sort of normal, pre-COVID life as soon as possible.”