Zurich, Switzerland// – The interest in digitizing COVID tests with pass.me is enormous. Both with governments as well as customers and manufactures.
As a result, several manufacturers from Germany, Scandinavia and other countries have already decided to upgrade their rapid tests with the pass.me process.
A world-leading diagnostics company is on board and is upgrading its tests so that the results can be individually and safely displayed and stored in the smartphone. The Swiss Army also immediately expressed its interest in the pass.me solution.
“We are very pleased with the great momentum and will integrate many other suitably qualified COVID rapid test manufacturers into pass.me,” says Jean-Paul Saija, CEO Mindnow.
The first tranches of the new digitizable rapid tests will be in place as early as the end of April. One of the first in Germany to use digitizable rapid tests is the bar and restaurant chain Sausalitos with its 45 locations nationwide.
“The situation in Germany is catastrophic. Gastronomy is dying and many measures are just not practical. However, digitizing a personal Corona test safely is great and has the potential to really solve the problem,” says Christoph Heidt, Managing Director of Sausalitos.
There are now many COVID rapid tests on the market. Corowell, with its smell rapid test, were the first to integrate testing into a digital solution. Thanks to pass.me, all Corona rapid tests can now be detected digitally.
This means that the digitally supported strategy required by the government can be implemented very easily and according to all local requirements, based on multiple testing methods.
Such a digitally supported test strategy is not only a major contribution in the fight against the pandemic, but also an important tool for the economy. The global demand for digitizable tests is already immense and will increase even further in the coming days and weeks.
With pass.me, guests, customers and employees of companies, restaurants, hotels, events and many more can quickly check in with digitized and verified quick tests in the future. Thus, pass.me is very popular in all sectors.
One of the first supporters was Andreas Angehrn, CEO of Ticket Corner, which is part of the Eventim Group, “Our industry has been hit very hard. Every innovative solution, faster, but also safer to open, is analyzed by us every day. pass.me is an extremely sensible and, above all, workable solution”.
pass.me makes each test individually identifiable and thus safe via QR code. Via the pass.me web solution, or the more comfortable app, anyone with a digital device can save their test result and retrieve it accordingly as an secure electronic digital passport. Operators can use the passport to identify the time of testing and validity and thus provide safe access for guests and visitors.
The personal data of the users is only stored locally on their “own” smartphone. On the pass.me web app or app, the test results are read and viewed via QR-Code.
The challenge of verifying, digitizing and properly personalizing the results of self-testing has been mastered by pass.me, and the first digital tests of pass.me authorized manufacturers will be launched as early as the end of April.
In addition to the medical and digital challenges, the data protection of users was put in the foreground.
Now all “Click & Meet” concepts can access and integrate pass.me and use the technology nationwide.
Thanks to the API interface provided by pass.me, integration is easy and free of charge for all companies. This will be the decisive turning point in the fight against the pandemic.
African Eye Report