Personal protection equipment > Communication devices

Technology heightens road safety, cuts fuel costs

11 January, 2017

A prototype device being tested by QUT provides real-time advice and feedback to drivers in a bid to improve safety behind the wheel.


Gruntify facial recognition software

15 December, 2016

Gruntify facial recognition software is designed for public safety.


Public safety improved via NSW radio upgrade

15 December, 2016

A planned radio network upgrade in NSW will improve the communications technology used by emergency services every day, while also ensuring the state is better prepared to deal with major emergencies and natural disasters.


Industrial Scientific Radius BZ1 gas hazard area monitor

23 September, 2016

The Radius BZ1 Area Monitor detects up to seven gases and is suitable for long-term projects, routine maintenance and emergency response.


MCM Electronics Loneworkr personal safety device

25 July, 2016

MCM Electronics has released the Loneworkr personal safety device that is designed to provide continuous monitoring for remote and lone workers.


IMS Stratus QHSE management system

01 July, 2016

IMS Stratus is an integrated web-based quality, health, safety and environment (QHSE) management system designed to replace a paper-based system that operates in the cloud and therefore can be accessed anywhere using any digital device.


Edesix VideoBadge Body Worn Camera Solutions

01 July, 2016

The VideoBadge series from Edesix consists of easy-to-use, robust and secure body worn cameras (BWC), capable of efficiently recording evidence-ready HD video and audio footage.


Start-up's safety app given a boost by Microsoft

24 June, 2016

Partnering with tech giant Microsoft, Australian start-up SafetyCulture now has its workplace inspection app available on the Windows 10 Store.


Radio apps for lone worker safety

22 June, 2016 by Martin Chappell, General Manager – Radio Channels, Motorola Solutions Australia, New Zealand and Pacific Islands

The humble 'walkie talkie' has grown into a full-featured, digital device using advanced business apps that extend its value for safety, productivity and efficiency.


Future tracking technology — what are the cybersecurity risks?

21 June, 2016

Five new applications of tracking technology are predicted along with details on the expected security implications for users.


The impact of silence and compassion fatigue — researched in hospitals

02 June, 2016

Leading researchers at the University of Sydney Business School have embarked on two major studies into the effects of silence and compassion fatigue on patient care and health outcomes in our hospitals.


Safety training anywhere, anytime for celebrity chef

26 May, 2016

Beefed up and ready to go, celebrity chef Neil Perry opened his Burger Project stores. But providing safety training to staff presented a big logistical challenge.


Mobile game app warns of heart disease

26 May, 2016

An innovative mobile app game is being developed to encourage a better understanding of the warning signs of a heart attack targeted at all audience types, including the elderly and people with low literacy.


Industrial Scientific Gas Detection Made Easy mobile app

20 May, 2016

Industrial Scientific has introduced the Gas Detection Made Easy app, a free training and reference tool enabling gas detection information to be made available on mobile devices.


Konecranes yourKONECRANES.com real-time web portal

09 May, 2016

Konecranes has introduced yourKONECRANES.com, a web portal which gives real-time access to individual customers' industrial equipment data and maintenance history.


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