Each day safety technologies enter the innovative race to bring on-and off-road industries the safety solutions of the future. The public is invested in safety and companies flourish when they follow best safety practices. People want to know what accounts for good safety technology and how it’s implemented to promote efficiency. Despite this strong interest in safety technology, drivers are hesitant to adopt solutions that monitor their actions or take control of operations at any level.
As North America's largest solid waste, recycling, organics, and sustainability tradeshow, WasteExpo 2019, held in Las Vegas, Nevada was the place to address and tackle the challenges faced by waste and recycling industries today. Sharing breakthroughs, innovations and business ideas, 14,000+ participants, 609 exhibitors, and over 1,400 international attendees participated in networking and more than 60 interactive programs and educational sessions at the event, May 6 – 9th.
Serving an industry in constant motion, bauma has progressively positioning itself to serve one paramount goal: to stay focused on the challenges to come. Considered by many to be the ‘heartbeat’ of the construction industry and the ‘global driving force behind innovations, a success engine, and marketplace,’ it is no surprise that bauma has been named the world’s leading construction machinery and mining industry trade fair. With 3,700 exhibitors and nearly 620,000 visitors from over 200 countries, bauma 2019 was the largest in the history of the show.
Celebrating the top safety leader of the year, PRECO Electronics is proud to announce Curv Compliance’s Fernando Figueroa as the recipient of the 2018 Excellence in Safety Award. Figueroa, who co-founded Curv and currently serves as its president, has spent his career dedicating his time and expertise to create successful training and educational programs to keep employees safer, businesses well informed, and reduce injuries and illnesses within the workplace.
When it comes to product design testing, a specification is needed for determining proper performance, function, and more. This specification will detail how the product should operate and often how it should be tested. It is often difficult to depict real world scenarios in a repeatable fashion which is needed for product testing.
If you’ve been following the news on self-driving cars, you may have noticed that many of the autonomous vehicle makers are using LIDAR (Light Imaging Detection And Ranging) for on-board object detection. For many autonomous automobile applications, LIDAR is a better choice than the other commonly used object-detection technology, RADAR (Radio Detection And Ranging). But when it comes to high-quality, affordable object detection that needs to stand up to rough environments, RADAR is a wise choice. Here’s why:
You’ve just invested a large sum of money on a new piece of equipment, and now you have to consider paying out more for optional safety equipment. That follow-on purchase can be a hard pill to swallow, but there are some very good reasons to take your medicine.
Recognizing Outstanding Safety Leaders Throughout 2018
Recognizing safety professionals each year for their unique innovation, dedication and best practices within the heavy-duty industries, we are proud to announce the three finalists for the 2018 Excellence in Safety Award: Curv Compliance’s Fernando Figueroa, Bayer’s Heather Fry, and Quinn Company’s Lucas Kwan.
Americans tend to think of Sweden as a snow-covered mecca in northern Europe—a place where people cross country ski to work, wear cable-knit sweaters, and eat lots of meatballs. But the Swedish people have made many weighty contributions to the global society—everything from the centigrade thermometer (Anders Celsius was Swedish) to dynamite (Alfred Nobel), the universal pipe wrench, the zipper, and cars such as Volvo. Vision Zero is among their latest contributions, and it reflects a unique point of view on road safety.
In 1799, French army engineers discovered the Rosetta Stone, a slab of rock that created a revolution in archeology by helping Egyptologists crack the code of hieroglyphics. Today’s modern fleet owners, insurers, and government officials would love to come across a similar tell all to help them crack the code of vehicle crash costs. Instead, they are faced with a dizzying array of agencies, measurement standards, and definitions that make it nearly impossible to answer a critical, but complex, question: How much, on average, does it cost when the operator of a fleet vehicle gets into a crash with another person or thing?