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Social Distancing System on Trial at Lancaster University

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Lancaster University’s School of Architecture is testing a unique, automated social distancing and wayfinding system.

The system is being tested at its Health Innovation Campus and was funded via Beyond Imagination, a new initiative underpinned by a £7.6 million award from Research England’s ‘E3’ fund.

Period14/12/2020

Lancaster University’s School of Architecture is testing a unique, automated social distancing and wayfinding system.

The system is being tested at its Health Innovation Campus and was funded via Beyond Imagination, a new initiative underpinned by a £7.6 million award from Research England’s ‘E3’ fund.

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TitleSocial distancing system on trial at Lancaster University
Degree of recognitionNational
Media name/outletUKRI
Media typeWeb
Duration/Length/Size500 words
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date14/12/20
DescriptionLancaster University’s School of Architecture is testing a unique, automated social distancing and wayfinding system.

The system is being tested at its Health Innovation Campus and was funded via Beyond Imagination, a new initiative underpinned by a £7.6 million award from Research England’s ‘E3’ fund.
PersonsDes Fagan