Blyncsy Announces Contact Tracing Product for Universities

Movement data intelligence company Blyncsy announces the launch of its contact tracing product, Mercury. Mercury will initially be available for universities with subsequent availability to government buildings and other private entities, utilizing existing Wi-Fi networks to manage current and future contagion contact tracing.

"Blyncsy is continuing to innovate ways in which our technology can be adapted for our current situation with the COVID-19 pandemic, and launching Mercury for universities is a clear way to harness our technology to help our campus communities. Through existing Wi-Fi networks, we’ll be able to launch an opt-in contact tracing system, making it low cost with no additional hardware or infrastructure required, and maintaining a specific focus on privacy," said Blyncsy CEO, Mark Pittman.

About Blyncsy

Blyncsy is a movement and data intelligence company headquartered in downtown Salt Lake City, Utah. Through the power of big data and location analytics, Blyncsy helps its customers understand how connected devices are moving throughout an environment. Blyncsy's powerful platform assists departments of transportation, cities, and other private and public entities to better understand the habits and trends of people. 

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