Ammoni is testing smart helmets on its production site

The Ammoni company conducted pilot testing of smart helmets developed by Softline Digital. The system tracks the movement and condition of employees, allowing you to monitor compliance with safety regulations, as well as notify the dispatcher in case of incidents.

Due to the specifics of production processes, the Ammoni enterprise imposes special requirements for compliance with industrial safety and labor protection requirements, including movement through hazardous areas. Its management decided to study the issue of using the personnel positioning system in its production.

The system is based on three elements: smart helmets with a radio module, a base station that receives the signal, and an analytical server. The dispatcher in a convenient interface can see the geodata of each employee in real time, which allows you to control the presence in hazardous areas, the status, and quickly receive a signal about a dangerous event.

In addition, the system records information about impacts, falls, prolonged immobility, temperature in the work area. The functionality of the solution also includes monitoring the presence of a helmet on the head of an employee, an emergency call for help, alerting the operator and management about incidents.

As part of the development of the project, it’s planned to integrate with the software component of the labor protection management system, as well as add the ability to track the wearing of a bag with a gas mask.

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