Empathy-driven product development to improve hand hygiene compliance

The problem

The whole world has recently become interested in this most mundane of activities: hand sanitization.

We bring fresh ideas and new perspectives to the table. We're putting people at the centre.

Everywhere we go, hand dispensers greet us. We are constantly reminded to sanitize our hands, but research shows that:

a) people may actually dislike sanitizing their hands
b) if we must, we try to finish as soon as humanly possible
c) only a minority of us have a clue about the correct technique
required to achieve compliance-level cleanliness

All in all: the chances of achieving a hand sanitization, medical-grade stamp of approval is tiny. And it turns out that hand sanitization is a long-neglected area of product development.

(Did we just identify an enormous, communal knowledge gap, or are we the only ones who find that better tools, better data and stronger awareness are needed to avoid pandemics like Covid-19 from ever occurring again?)

The Solution

Our product allows health care workers (HCW), patients, visitors and others to effortlessly enhance their hand hygiene through a patent-pending combination of user reflex, software and hardware while user data collection provides hand hygiene-related analytics and insights to organizations and institutions.

Our Technology

Resani Hand Sanitizing Technology (Resani HST)RESANI HST is a data-driven, data-generating product that enables health care workers (HCW), patients, visitors, passengers, crew-members (and so many, many more folks) to drastically improve their likelihood of hand hygiene compliance in less than 5 seconds while simultaneously providing the data necessary to track compliance and drive future hygiene related solutions.

Our device consists of an automatic hand sanitiser (AHS) and user-monitoring technology which together form an accessible, sustainable and reliable product that will motivate frequent use and drastically improve hand hygiene. We believe RESANI HST can radically reduce the occurrence of infection and disease transmission.