Innovative EH&S Technologies For Your 2017 Roadmap
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Table of contentsInnovative EH&S Technologies For Your 2017 Roadmap
EH&S Leaders Can Enhance Performance By Testing New Technologies
Wearable Sensors To Enhance Worker Safety
Monitoring Systems For Worker Fatigue And Health Risk Assessment
Intelligent Sensor Networks For Hazard Communications
In-Vehicle Monitoring Systems For Safer Driving Behaviour In Fleets
Unmanned Aerial Vehicles For Industrial Inspections And Accident Investigations
Virtual Reality Technology For Immersive Safety Training
Augmented Reality Displays For Enhanced Job Hazard Warnings
RFID Tags For Smarter Chemical Inventory Tracking
Offline-Capable Mobile Apps For Comprehensive Safety Observations And Incident Reports
EH&S Leaders Need A Technology Roadmap To Guide Their Journey
Organisations mentioned3E Company, Airacom, Airfilms Inspections, Amazon, Amey, Apple, Balfour Beatty, Bam Nuttall, Bartec Pixavi, Bechtel, Boeing, Boskalis, BP, Bristow, Carillion, Chevron, Clariant, Cobham , Convergence Training, Cyberhawk Innovations, DAQRI, Echelon VR, eCom Instruments, Enablon, Enel, Engie, eVision, ExxonMobil, GE, Gensuite, GKD Technik, Google, Greenroad, Hololens, Honeywell, Human Condition Safety, Hyperloop, Illumiti, InnovateUK, Intelex, iSafe Mobile, Jacobs Engineering, KSP Steel, Lend Lease, Liberty Mutual, Maersk Oil, Medgate, Microsoft, National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH), Network Rail, Newtrax, Nimonik, Noble Energy, Northern Centre for Advanced Technology (NORCAT), Northern Gas Networks, Omni-ID, ProcessMap, QinetiQ, Reactec, RealSpace, Rolls-Royce, SafetyCulture, SAI Global, Samsung, SAP, Shell, SiteZone, SmartSite, Sonim Technologies, Streamline Simulations, Sutor, Sylogi, Tata Steel, The Hartford, The Northern Centre for Advanced Technology (NORCAT), The University of Cranfield, The University of Edinburgh, Travelers, Unmanned Experts, US Department of Energy, US Department of Labor, US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), Van Oord, Vandrico, VelocityEHS, Vinci Energies, Vizinex, Woodside, Xylem.
About the author
David leads Verdantix research on operational risk management covering technologies, best practices and growth strategies. His current agenda is focused on establishing operational risk software as a distinct category of technology investment. David has 20 years of experience in technology research. He co-founded Verdantix in 2008 and previously worked at Forrester Research, BT and the Harvard Business School. David holds a PhD from Cambridge University.