Signalization (traffic management system) is an award-winning (2019 RIFD Journal) occupational safety and efficiency system developed to prevent data loss and occupational safety risks arising from dense traffic created by motor vehicles in industrial settings such as mines, production facilities, and warehouses.
It prevents unwanted traffic on specific routes by using directional signals in zones where traffic is dense by simulating the production line routes of carrier vehicles such as trucks in open-closed mines and forklifts, milk-run, and reach trucks in factories and production facilities. UWB (ultra-wide band) wireless communication networks track the active RFID labels installed in vehicles and work together with traffic lights to prevent vehicles creating traffic on specific routes.
Wipelot Personnel Tracking System is an industrial integrated occupational safety system that lets you monitor the real-time location and movements of your employees and determine their precise location using UWB (ultra-wide band). This system makes a significant contribution to occupational safety by instantly monitoring your personnel within designated areas with sub-meter accuracy, shortening the time for immediate response in case of emergency.
The Motorized Equipment Tracking System is an integrated equipment tracking and management system that can create multiple reports based on real-time data such as vehicle use and parking durations, fuel levels, speed violations, routes, facility entrance/exit information, and driver performance analyses by instantly tracking the motor vehicles in such places as airports, mines, construction sites, and warehouses.
The Non-Motorized Equipment Tracking System is a monitoring, analysis, and evaluation system that detects the location of equipment such as wheeled transportation vehicles, which are open for common use and constantly on the move, located in large-scale areas such as construction sites, mines, airports, warehouses, as well as other special areas.