Camera Companion, an entry-level IP solution for video surveillance, is suitable for retail stores, offices, hotels or other small businesses.
3M’s Peltor Ora Tac in-ear communication system offers a combination of lightweight hearing protection, ambient (tactical) listening and the ability to communicate via two-way radios in high-noise areas, without the need for a boom microphone.
The SecureMat, developed by Perimeter Security Industries, can help builders take pre-emptive action to prevent construction site crime.
EziTrak Nano Mobile is a personnel tracking system suitable for remote and field workers. It is a durable, reliable, real-time tracking device with fast acquisition and update rates. It features man-down detection, SOS notification, auto vehicle connection detection and logging.
Capital Safety has announced the launch of the i-Safe 3.0 Intelligent Safety System, an upgrade to the existing i-Safe 2.0 system. The i-Safe was the first radio frequency identification (RFID) system dedicated to fall protection equipment and inspection tracking.
The EnGenius Durafon cordless phone from Aristel has a range of up to 10 km and can penetrate up to 12 floors of a multistorey building.
The Iridium Extreme is claimed to be the first satellite handset in the world to feature a dedicated two-way emergency SOS button expected to revolutionise emergency communications in remote Australia
The Sonim XP3 Sentinel, a custom-designed phone for workers in the energy, utilities, construction, security, forestry, transportation and logistics sectors, keeps Australian workers safe while in isolated and potentially hazardous environments.
TAFE SA is a network of three independent institutes that provide vocational education and training in South Australia, to an average of 80,000 students in courses ranging from building and furnishing to engineering and transport. Part of South Australia’s Department of Further Education, Employment, Science and Technology, TAFE SA plays a key role in the development of the state’s workforce and community. In building South Australia’s skill base, the institutes work with industry and business to deliver relevant vocational training to better link skills and training with job opportunities, ensuring sustainable employment within the state. This means offering the best possible quality of teaching and searching for ways to update their services.
A fatigue-monitoring company has questioned the effectiveness of GPSs as a tool for curbing fatigue-related accidents in Australia's transport industry.
The wireless iLAS System (intelligent lockdown and alert siren) from Emergency Alert Systems is claimed to be the world’s first scalable, wirelessly remote controlled, wirelessly networked multi-tone alert siren system.
The Marcom Watson lone worker monitoring system has been developed to reduce risk and improve workplace safety for personnel working in hazardous environments and those that may be the sole worker on-site outside normal business hours. It acts as a modern version of the traditional ‘dead man’s handle’.
The Marcom Watson remote weather station provides real-time weather information from remote sites - important information for the safety of workers in remote locations or where adverse weather can present a risk to workers.
The Unicom range of personal safety asset tracking products uses GPS technology to accurately identify the location of designated people or objects in the event of an emergency.
The TX4800 is an IP67-rated two-way radio that is available in UHF (450-520 MHz) and VHF (148-174 MHz) bands, making it suitable for use in both marine and harsh commercial and industrial applications.