Nanonation Releases a Pandemic Suite of Products

Nanonation Releases a Pandemic Suite of Products

LINCOLN, Neb., May 13, 2020

Lincoln, Nebraska based Nanonation, a global provider of public space interactive and digital signage solutions, announced a new range of products. The Capacity Control App and Temperature Screening Kiosk were created to aid businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Understanding this pandemic will not last forever, the solutions are comprised of components focused on future reuse. The hardware and software used in these products can easily be adapted to serve a variety of post-pandemic business functions, ensuring maximum return on companies’ investments.

The Capacity Control App allows businesses to monitor and control the flow of visitors into their establishment. A sign will be placed at the entrance and an associate will use a tablet to shift signage between red and green states that notifies customers whether they can enter or wait outside.

The Temperature Screening Kiosk is a no-contact solution to test employee or visitor temperatures. The kiosk comes in two different options, including a free-standing kiosk or a tabletop tablet. The Infrared Sensor quickly and accurately detects body temperature and notifies personnel when a heightened temperature is detected.

Zachary Rustad, Vice President of Business Development and a key product contributor said, “We are glad to be doing our part in helping reopen America by providing solutions that help businesses keep their customers and employees safer. Capacity Control and Temperature Screening are key elements in ensuring safe reopening and continued business operations over the coming months.”

The new range of products are ideal for retailers, restaurants, healthcare facilities, concert, and sports venues, and anywhere capacity is closely monitored. For more, please visit


About Nanonation

Nanonation’s enterprise-class software for digital signage and interactive solutions delivers exceptional customer experiences. With proven tools and technologies to enhance visitor engagement, Nanonation provides its customers with the ability to monitor, measure, and manage each visitor interaction. The company delivers engaging digital products and custom solutions in the museum, hospitality, entertainment, retail, and financial services markets.

Nebraska Army National Guard + Virtual Reality | Part 1

Nanonation is partnering with the Nebraska Army National Guard to bring a Virtual Reality (VR) experience to their recruiting efforts. Through the partnership, Nanonation has been able to understand the process in which young men and women are recruited to the Guard and are developing a VR game consistent with their training exercises. We are going to walk you through the project in the coming months and allow you to see how it is done! The first step – create the perfect character animations who we lovingly call Pete, Chloe, and Sergeant. The second step – record the perfect audio for each character and work through the kinks with in-person testing, which took place in our offices this week. See the photos below.

Nanonation’s President and CEO, Bryan Fairfield, said this about the experience, “We build a bunch of cool things, but I don’t think I’ve seen clients having as much fun with a new experience since we first deployed our gesture-based football game several years ago.”

We deploy interactive experiences weekly, sometimes daily, and this one is truly special. More to come as we move through this project.

If you are interested in bringing VR into your space, please let us know!

FAO Schwarz Digital Experiences

Nanonation’s application makes for a seamless car buying experience – for kids, that is! FAO Schwarz, an iconic toy store in New York City, has stations equipped with iPads to run their custom app at the FAO Raceway. Trained mechanics build custom remote-controlled cars as visitors customize their car on the iPad. From choosing the body, paint, wheels, and accessories, to the accompanying auto body shop sound effects, the interactive app creates a whimsical, one-of-a-kind experience for kids of all ages.

Another set of iPads in the Adoption Center allows visitors to adopt baby dolls. Our In-House Design team created a ‘Consent to Adopt’ form that makes sure the prospective adoptive parent is fit for adoption. Meanwhile, a “nurse” demonstrates how to care for the newborn. Nanonation’s one-of-a-kind experiences help create a world of wonderment that is FAO Schwarz.