wearable technology


Using AI sensors on-the-job to reduce lost time injuries

As part of its safety processes, Wincanton wanted to be able to give movement training to colleagues whilst on the job so they could learn how they were moving whilst working rather than only in a classroom setting... Read More

‘Behavioural psychology can bring the reality of human beings into safety processes and procedures’

SHP speaks to Jules Reed, Head of Behavioural Science at Tended, which has recently launched a revolutionary safety culture solution and was recently named as one of the 10 Rising Stars in UK Tech by Tech Nation, the UK government body for technology. Read More

Employee safety starts with data collection and analysis

With the right data collection and analysis solutions in place, organisations can improve safety within their logistics teams, explains Peter Ruffley, CEO, Zizo, and Ian Brown, CEO, Excelpoint. Read More

‘The only workplace ergonomic wearable that your workers will actually wear’

Soter SmartFix is an adaptable piece of hardware enabling the Soter wearable devices to be attached to any personal equipment. Read More

Creating scalable end-to-end ergonomic training solutions

SoterCoach, offered by safety science company Soter Analytics, is an innovative wearable technology solution that consists of small lightweight wearable devices. Read More

‘Safedistance’: Manage the social distancing of your workforce

Reactec has repurposed its system for monitoring workers’ exposure to health risk to create 'Safedistance', to enable employers to manage the social distancing of their workforce within construction, rail, manufacturing and other workplaces. Read More

Ergonomics and wearables in safety

The advent of differing types of ergonomic PPE and wearable technology, designed to keep workers safe, has seen an increase of new products coming into the market. Read More

Arco Innovation Award: Meet the finalists, part 2

The second batch of Arco Innovation Award finalists, in the ergonomics and wearable technology categories, has been announced. Read More

IBM wearable technology safety partnerships announced

IBM has announced a series of partnerships to develop wearable technology which will improve worker safety in hazardous environments. Read More

MOD to examine wearable technology for injury prevention

A Ministry of Defence agency has invited businesses to come forward with ideas on how wearable technology could help prevent soldiers from being injured in combat. Read More



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