LAX to launch bathroom technology that lets you "know where to go" By HUGO MARTIN (Reed Saxon / Associated Press) Lighted pylons and cars create a light show on Century Boulevard, near the entrance to Los Angeles International Airport. The airport plans to install new technology in a bathroom at Terminal 4 to help keep them cleaner…
The smart latch communicates wirelessly with the indicator light.
When the stall is available, the light is green. When the stall is occupied and the smart latch activated, the light turns red.
Waiting customers can move quickly to an available stall. No one needs to peek under or rattle the doors to find a place to go.
"Tooshlights® at our venue have really improved the flow of traffic in the restroom facilities. There is no more standing in line waiting for stalls that are actually sitting unoccupied. Our patrons have definitely noticed the difference!"