Hospital/ Health Care

Smart technology puts patients in focus

OverAir solutions for healthcare have long played a central role in protecting people and property. But these days they can do a whole lot more. Our intelligent video, access control and audio solutions are enabling forward-thinking healthcare institutions around the world to apply new technology in lots of exciting, unexpected ways.

Improve hospital safety and security

Over-crowding, inefficient patient flow and hospital acquired infections are just a few of the operational challenges that can negatively impact a hospital’s reputation and leave them vulnerable to costly litigation. Smart hospitals are applying technology to meet these challenges and improve operational efficiency, patient satisfaction and overall profitability.

With safety and security at the core of our offering, OverAir has a broad portfolio of solutions to protect patients, staff, visitors and property. We offer secure, reliable protection suitable for any hospital environment – from the operating room to the parking garage.

  • Safeguard hospital staff from workplace violence
  • Prevent drug diversion and supply theft
  • Protect infants from abduction or mix-ups
  • Restrict unwanted visitor access
  • Communicate hospital-wide with public address
  • Visualize and communicate with those in distress
  • Monitor processes and staff compliance
  • Improve patient flow and service-cycle time
  • Virtually connect new parents with their babies in the NICU
  • Create a more humanized environment with background music


Surveillance in the Hospitality Vertical

Security and safety at healthcare facilities are important for both quality healthcare and public safety. Hospitals and clinics are a safe haven for those in physical or emotional need, and increasingly seen as a place of refuge in the event of a large-scale emergency such as a natural disaster or terrorist attack.


Security challenges in the healthcare sector include

  • Restricting accessibility to private areas
  • Deterring tampering of records, or misuse/ theft of hospital supplies/ resources
  • Monitoring staff and visitor behavior
  • Tracking footfalls