Wipelot's Lone Worker Safety System is an electronic occupational safety system that provides real-time monitoring of the status and location of personnel working under dangerous conditions and does not require communication tools such as walkie-talkies or telephones.
A study by the US Department of Labor in 2018 reported that 274,350 workplace accidents occurred due to slips and falls. Technologies that quickly determine the status and location of personnel in an emergency and shorten the response time are vitally important and play a major role in preventing loss of life today.
The system consists of zone readers with UWB (ultra-wide band) technology installed in areas where workers will be monitored, central software, and mobile RFID tags. The mobile tags that the personnel carry on them allow the system to generate an alarm with location information in case they fall, become motionless, or make an emergency call.
Wipelot Safezone is an approach and collision warning system developed for construction machinery. It is designed to prevent dangerous approaches and collisions between vehicles that are in motion throughout the day such as construction machinery, forklifts, reach trucks, or milk-run vehicles with each other, equipment, and personnel. Safezone plays an important role in occupational safety by creating a safe approach distance for vehicle operators working under difficult conditions due to layout, vehicle traffic in the working environment, many walking personnel, blind spots, and time pressure.
The Social Distance Monitoring and Warning System developed by Wipelot helps establish a safe and isolated working environment in accordance with the social distance rules to combat the COVID-19 pandemic. The COVID-19 pandemic has directly affected 180 million people since the day it started and caused close to 4 million deaths.