Smoke monitoring solutions provider Rest has announced the integration of its smoking detection technology with Oracle OPERA Cloud through the Oracle Hospitality Integration Platform (OHIP).

This collaboration enables hotels to automate the processing of smoking violations, ensuring efficient enforcement of no-smoking policies.

Oracle Cloud Marketplace, a centralised repository of enterprise applications, now features Rest as a member of the Oracle Partner Network (OPN).

Rest’s technology can be deployed on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI), offering a streamlined solution for hotels to detect, track, and collect fines for smoking violations.

Its technology includes in-room sensors and an integrated software platform that detects smoking in any room.

This system provides hotels with concrete evidence to support their no-smoking policies, ensuring that violations are identified and fines are effectively collected.

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The sensors developed by the company are also capable of continuously monitoring various air quality parameters in hotel rooms.

The data collected is analysed by a sophisticated algorithm that can identify the presence of combusted or vaporised tobacco, marijuana, and nicotine products.

This advancement allows hotel staff to move beyond traditional, subjective methods of detecting smoking such as smell or guest complaints.

With Rest’s technology, they can now utilise real-time, scientifically validated data to take appropriate actions against smoking violations.

Rest chief revenue officer Michael Linton said: “Rest’s participation in Oracle Cloud Marketplace further extends our commitment to the Oracle community and enables customers to easily reap the benefits of the Oracle Hospitality Integration Platform.

“We look forward to leveraging the power of OCI to help us achieve our business goals.”

Last month, Bangkok-based ONYX Hospitality Group implemented Oracle OPERA Cloud Property Management and Oracle MICROS Simphony Cloud Point-of-Sale systems.

With this move, the hospitality company can now unify its data across its group portfolio.