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  • Emergency response solutions for ATEX sites

    14 May 2024

    Working on an ATEX-rated site, where the risk of explosion is ever-present, demands a proactive approach to safety. Extensive spaces, complex structures, and potential isolation pose unique challenges when responding to emergencies, both medical and non-medical....

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  • Gas leaks: how to pick the right tool to protect people, plants, and the planet?

    20 November 2023

    Undetected gas leaks cause ethical, ecological, and economic concerns. With the right leak detection solution in place, industrial plants can mitigate risks and maintain profitability. The alignment of technology with their specific challenges is the key....

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  • Enhance your industrial maintenance productivity with rugged tech solutions

    15 November 2023

    Uptime is often the simplest primary performance metric in high-volume industrial manufacturing and operations. A programme or product’s profitability centres around making the part as efficient as possible. As a result, machine downtime negatively impacts overall equipment effectiveness (OEE)....

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  • What’s the difference between IP DECT and Digital Radio Technology?

    16 May 2023

    IP Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (IP DECT) and Digital Radio are both communication technologies that assist mobile workforces. They have similar functionality, with both handsets supporting voice and messaging features, built in panic buttons and tilt sensors to protect lone workers....

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  • How real-time data could be the beginning of the end for occupational silicosis

    16 May 2023

    Silicosis is now the most common occupational lung disease in the world, and silica dust has been described as ‘the new asbestos’ due to the extreme threat it poses to human health....

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Using assisted reality wearables to combat carbon emissions and rising energy costs 31 January 2023

Due to the global climate crisis and the more recent energy crisis, businesses are in need of a rethink regarding how they utilise their resources in order to reach net zero targets and reduce costs in response to soaring energy prices....

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A cost effective solution to location tracking 31 January 2023

As companies operating in the process industries are progressing with their new digitalisation strategies, an increasing number of Wi-Fi based use-cases and initiatives are being deployed. The layout of the Wi-Fi infrastructure will generally be optimised for device connectivity, to cover the largest area with the fewest Access Points (AP), bandwidth requirements permitting....

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Stepping up smart safety on the frontlines 08 November 2022

Frontline workers make up 80% of the global workforce and are at the heart of many process industries like oil and gas, petrochemicals, mining, manufacturing and the food & beverage sector. Despite their numbers, they’ve been historically underserved when it comes to technology and just 1% of venture capital funding is invested in tooling that empowers frontliners to do their best work and stay safe in the hazardous environments they operate in....

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The challenge of detecting hydrogen gas 08 November 2022

Hydrogen (H2) is set to play a vital role in producing cleaner energy. Specifically, within the UK where the government has set a target to create a thriving hydrogen economy by 2030. Seen as a greener way of living, countries such as Japan, South Korea and China are also on course to make significant progress in H2 development. The European Commission has also presented a hydrogen strategy in which H2 could provide for 24% of the world’s energy by 2050.

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Protecting worker health and wellbeing on oil and gas pipelines 12 August 2022

Protecting workers is a requirement of any employer or workplace, but when your industry involves hazardous materials, difficult or dangerous working scenarios or risk of exposure to harmful compounds, the stakes are much higher....

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