Intrinsic Safety (IS) is an approach to the design of a safe environment for hazardous areas where flammable gasses, vapors are present in the working environment and ignition can come from a hot surface, or spark from an electronic device. The technique is based on limiting, electrical, thermal, and energy to a level below that enables an ignition due to the hazardous atmospheric mixture. Continue Reading…
Phones are more an essential part of many of our daily routines. For some of us, they’re essential tools we need to perform our jobs, and sometimes our only means of contact with anyone else. For all the developments that have gone into making phones as powerful, slim, and feature-rich as they are, they’re more vulnerable to cold weather than ever.
Scalable technology has become more important than ever for small and medium sized businesses. In a global market, businesses need the ability to place employees anywhere at any time. To meet this demand, companies are increasingly turning to service providers and purchasing software as a service (SaaS) for their technology needs.
Once a niche distribution model, SaaS has now become the top method of software delivery. Consumers benefit from improved product support, and businesses are benefiting from a reduction to their overhead expenses.
When it comes to finding a safety monitoring solution, there are many decisions to make. Along with deciding how employees will access a system, you may have to decide what kind of information they leave. One of the major considerations when deciding on a lone worker safety system is whether to opt for check-in based safety or automated reports using GPS.
In this post we’ll break down some of the differences between check-in and GPS-based systems, and determine which solution provides better value.
Do you feel like you have to look into a crystal ball to predict what technology to invest in for your company? We’ve all had it happen to us – investing in new technology, only to discover a short while later that it’s become outdated or is no longer supported. How can you prevent this from happening to you? The answer lies not in seeing into the future, but in “future-proofing.”
We’ll show you how you can boost productivity while saving time and money, all by focusing on the future usage of your technology.