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IoT solutions enhance work safety.

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IoT work safety

A company's greatest asset is its employees and their safety. Thanks to the IoT, workplace safety has reached a whole new dimension. Through IoT applications, one can offer a variety of functions to increase workplace safety. These can be integrated directly into a company's safety system and massively improve safety in the workplace as well.

By monitoring equipment, a structural fault can be proactively detected and serviced based on data patterns before an accident occurs. This can be designed through IoT technology and central and comprehensive data analytics for the entire company. These analytics can then also be used to track the development of employee health and safety strategies. Improved IoT monitoring devices in the workplace can reassure employees that they are working in a safe environment. 

Value Proposition

IoT in the work environment helps a company to increase working conditions and safety. The IoT devices do not completely protect the employees, but they help the company to address and prevent a large number of threats. Through this technology, it is possible to increase the environmental conditions and physical health of the employees and avoid the risks and exposure to accidents.

Compliance with labels and certificates

Energy controlling makes compliance with labels and certificates easily achievable. 

Data as a planning basis

Detailed energy data provides a valuable planning basis for future renovations of technical building systems

Stunning reports

Stunning reports that inspire and make data exciting

Find hidden potential

localize potential for operational optimization

Environmental action

demonstrate your energy efficiency and sustainability successes towards tenants and the general public as well as promote your green image


Sustainability and transparency are not just goals, they are part of the operation.

Temperature, indoor air and CO2 measurement for a better working environment

IoT solutions can also be used to proactively monitor systems that are at risk of failure and important for security. Temperature and especially indoor air with CO2 in buildings can also be monitored for the health of employees. If limit values are exceeded, an alarm is then triggered directly or are indicated by a colour change in an indicator light bulb. Fire protection sensors can also be used in this way, which can detect a rise in temperature that may indicate a possible fire.

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IoT alarm triggering and wearable IoT devices

Fire protection sensors can also be used in this way, which can detect a rise in temperature that may indicate a possible fire. Further, wearable IoT devices can be used to monitor employee wellbeing and health. This can be used to make safe decisions or, in the event of an emergency, to send a distress signal that can be located directly. In the event of an unfortunate accident, IoT devices and geolocation capabilities can be used with an employee's exact location to initiate rescue efforts quickly and with an efficient recovery plan. Similarly, in the event of a criminal attack or rampage, an emergency alert system or wearable devices can be used to send an alert that directly notifies everyone and alerts security and emergency services. 

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IoT work safety implemented in six steps

With our six-step process flow, you will always be accompanied by our team from the problem to the optimal solution.

Walk-trough documents


Customer inquiry


Inspection planning

Material Electrical installation manual

Measurement concept, Documentation Finished, electrical installation

Configuration backend
& devices

Electrical installation

Commissioning + plausibility check

Planning installation




Inital data 

Documentation Measurement concept

Documentation Measurement concept

Labeling Provision of devices Functioning setup

Construction work completed Equipment installed on site

Acceptance protocol Last update measurement concept

Success Stories

Are you ready for IoT work safety?


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