With the installation of our innovative customer stop lights at the entrance, which signals customers when the market is too full, the BabyOne specialist store in Waiblingen, which reopened after renovation on June 12, 2020, is introducing a comprehensive hygiene and safety concept.


In order to be able to comply with the currently applicable hygiene and distance requirements, our 55 ″ customer stop light was installed in the entrance area of the branch. The system automatically recognizes customers when entering and leaving the store. When the set maximum number of people is reached, the display automatically switches to "STOP" and prompts customers to wait. Three additional 55 ″ and 48 ″ displays, which were installed inside the store, play digital signage content.


The specialist store in Waiblingen, which has reopened at Essener Strasse 8, has everything for babies and toddlers under one roof. A modern shopfitting concept with different subject areas ensures easy orientation amidst the large range. Specialist personel help to find the exactly right solution. In addition to the quality of the extensive range, the service concept for the young family is the focus of the baby specialty store. “With quiet areas, a nursing corner and a baby changing room, we respond to customer needs. You can have a very relaxed shopping experience with us” regional manager Christian Stoll explains the BabyOne concept.


"Even though we are very happy about the reopening of our branch, the health of our customers and our team is important to us and has top priority for us. Our space is large enough so that we can keep the necessary distance. Disinfection, too, is a serious matter for us as well” explains Ursula Schnaitmann, franchisee from Waiblingen. "Our hygiene and safety concept is also rounded off by an innovative stop light solution at the entrance, so our customers are immediately informed when the market is too crowded, while the green light shows that the necessary distance can be maintained and the space is not overcrowded."