Toilet Management System*

* Patented method and technology. US 8,970,391

There are billions of toilets on our planet. In public and private buildings and moving devices/apparatuses like busses and airplanes, toilet facilities are commonly deployed, as single units, or in groups of two or more units. The fact that a toilet area can consist of multiple toilet units, or that single (or multiple) unit toilets are located in different physical locations (floors, buildings, etc.), triggers questions and challenges for users, potential users, maintainers and owners of those toilets.

The right choices

Hygiene, Confidence, User experience

For a potential toilet user, the toilet unit selection process has always been based on trial-and-error, subjective reasoning, and guessing. You just don't know which toilet to choose. Many people have the feeling they "always pick the wrong one".

Why it matters

The Toilet Management System gives advice which toilet unit to use, based on its usage pattern. Its advice will help you making the right choice.

The right strategy

Monitoring, Efficiency, Quality

Conventionally, the cleaning of the toilet units is done for every unit the same, which leads to an efficiency breakdown: some toilet units may not have been used that frequently since their last cleaning. You just don't know which toilets should get extra attention to preserve quality.

Why it matters

The Toilet Management System presents statistics on the toilet usage pattern. Maintenance can be focused, delivering quality while optimizing resources.

The right infrastructure

Planning, Fit-for-purpose, Cost control

Today, it is not possible to collect feedback on maintenance and infrastructure needs, and optimization of the available toilet rooms is out of reach.

Why it matters

With the Toilet Management System one can simulate usage patterns and plan for the right set of toilet unit resources. Changing usage patterns (incidentally or structurally) can be taken into account at any given time.

To measure is to know

Note that the simulation works properly on browsers like Chrome, Safari, and FireFox. InternetExplorer has some performance issues.

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