As our global communities continue their battle with COVID-19, its highly virulent nature, speed and breadth
of proliferation gives rise to an urgent need for personal protective equipment and sanitary materials. The
WHO projects that within the next month, there will be further demand for 2.9 million litres of hand
Enactus UNSW's newest project, QuickSan, aims to address this by partnering with Intechchemicals to design
and manufacture a more efficient, innovative line of no contact, smart hand sanitiser dispensers.
To flatten the curve, our IoT design leverages the smart delivery and maintenance of hand sanitiser to
ensure effective hygiene for frontline medical staff through to public spaces. Additionally, it allows for
more effective replenishment and delivers measured doses to maintain hygiene standards.
We aim to accurately and quantitatively measure our impact by obtaining direct consumer data. Our figures
can also be used in contributing towards further research into COVID-19 management.
Our collaborative partner, INTECHCHEMICALS, offers its vast national distribution network and readily
available manufacturing equipment and production capacity to advance our outreach and impact. Through this,
we hope to be a crucial and impactful resource in helping the world fight against coronavirus.