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AI-powered environment, health and safety platform

29 April 2022

Intenseye has built an AI-powered environment, health and safety (EHS) platform that helps companies to scale employee health and safety across facilities.

Using computer vision, Intenseye’s platform integrates with existing CCTV cameras in a facility and works with real-time streaming. The facilities are monitored 24/7, and Intenseye notifies an EHS team about the unsafe acts and conditions in their facilities, enabling them to take required precautions to eliminate risks and hazards.

The software collects and manages a wide range of data on occupational health and safety and environmental impact. Analysing the collected data provides insights to take preventative measures to reduce the number of incidents experienced in a facility.

Intenseye works with industries where there is a high risk of injury such as mining, oil & gas, electricity, food & beverage, warehouses, retail, chemicals & related products, and more. On the platform, a variety of Core AI features can be activated to detect unsafe acts and conditions in a workplace.

Some of the features include the PPE detection model which can be used to ensure a safe working environment by detecting the use of helmets, gloves, respiratory protective equipment, reflective vests, and glasses for example. The Area Controls model can be used to ensure working areas in your facility are always safe with various EHS scenarios such as limiting the number of people in an area, identifying the cases of working under suspended load, or setting exclusion zones and time limits.

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