Connectivity, artificial intelligence and reducing worker exposures to hazardous situations and conditions are the hallmarks of the current wave of technology.
Connectivity, artificial intelligence (AI), and the use of automation and drones to reduce employee exposure to hazards are pushing the practice of health and safety to new levels, according to a group of safety leaders from five companies who discussed technology advancements and their impacts in this fifth video in our Leaders2Leaders series.
They agreed that the use of data mapping and AI to predict trends provides a unique opportunity to reduce and eliminate incidents before they occur. However, technology can offer what one health and safety leader referred to as “practical” applications as well.
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