NNTC, a UAE-based software developer and solution provider, along with its strategic partner CROC has announced the release of a new version of their Digital Worker platform for industrial safety. The strategic partners have also released a new version of the IoT module capable of transforming ordinary hard hats into smart helmets. These updates are designed to boost safety, reduce risk and improve worker performance.
The Digital Worker system improves health, safety and environment control in industrial enterprises, and helps companies comply with international safety standards. It aggregates incoming data from multiple systems, such as video surveillance, local positioning, and industrial and wearable IoT devices, to prevent safety rule violations and eliminate occupational injuries, while advancing worker discipline.
The new platform provides powerful data analysis features to process information. An intuitive data analytics interface, designed based on feedback from users, adds convenience, while a new analytical panel builder allows users to create widgets displaying only relevant metrics.
The new release follows a series of successful projects implementing advanced technologies in companies in the GCC region and Eastern Europe, these companies leveraged their deep knowledge of industry specifics to help improve the platform.
“We are thrilled to roll out the latest updates to Digital Worker. After extensive testing, the system has proved itself an indispensable tool in improving safety and minimising risk at industrial manufacturing sites. We are continuously making improvements to the platform to help our customers achieve their objectives through an efficient and safe production environment,” said Alexey Lysenko, Digital Worker Product Owner, CROC.
“Industrial accidents are frequently a direct consequence of human error, small lapses can turn into fatal errors. Digital Worker leverages a powerful mix of Artificial Intelligence and IoT technologies to eliminate errors that can lead to occupational injuries and enhance worker safety. These latest upgrades make the platform more efficient than ever before,” noted Alexander Belyaev, Technical Director at NNTC.