Arthur Chan Chi-chuen, co-founder of Hong Kong start-up SagaDigits, shows the company’s location tracking technology. Photo: Xiaomei ChenArthur Chan Chi-chuen, co-founder of Hong Kong start-up SagaDigits, shows the company’s location tracking technology. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Arthur Chan Chi-chuen, co-founder of Hong Kong start-up SagaDigits, shows the company’s location tracking technology. Photo: Xiaomei Chen

How a local start-up used location tracking and geofencing tech developed for retailers to help Hong Kong control the spread of coronavirus

  • SagaDigits usually deploys the technology in supermarkets to keep track of popular items and to guide shoppers to their favourite products
  • Hong Kong’s electronic wristband project is an important breakthrough for us: CEO
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Arthur Chan Chi-chuen, co-founder of Hong Kong start-up SagaDigits, shows the company’s location tracking technology. Photo: Xiaomei ChenArthur Chan Chi-chuen, co-founder of Hong Kong start-up SagaDigits, shows the company’s location tracking technology. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Arthur Chan Chi-chuen, co-founder of Hong Kong start-up SagaDigits, shows the company’s location tracking technology. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
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