Phunware, a fully-integrated enterprise cloud platform for mobile that provides products, solutions, data and services for brands worldwide, announced the release of its new mobile application software, Healthy Spaces, to help people and businesses track and monitor personal health information and gather together more safely by tech-enabling pre-screening, health and safety protocols.
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@phunware (NASDAQ:PHUN) releases its new mobile application software, Healthy Spaces, to help people and businesses track and monitor personal health information and gather together more safely.
In the initial release of the mobile application, Healthy Spaces allows users to build their own health profile which includes tracking, recording and evaluating key activities, habits and symptoms. Users can then create, manage and join groups across their professional and social networks for easy monitoring and check-ins. The user profiles help to maintain healthy spaces by making key health attributes, like daily temperature, easily accessible for review prior to safely gathering.
“The world is looking for ways to restart the economy and feel comfortable being social again,” said Randall Crowder, COO of Phunware. “We leveraged over a decade of mobile experience to design, develop and deploy Healthy Spaces, so people and businesses will have the tools they need in a mobile-first world to combat uncertainty and gather again in a safer, more responsible way.”
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In addition to being available as a stand-alone mobile application, Healthy Spaces will soon be available for integration into existing iOS and Android mobile applications using a proprietary software development kit (SDK). Existing Phunware customers will be able to leverage the Healthy Spaces SDK and access additional features through the Company’s Multiscreen-as-a-Service (MaaS) platform, enabling a safer return to work for businesses, return to campus for academic institutions and return to being social for other groups and organizations.