When it comes to employee health and safety in the steel industry, sensor fusion based AI gives mills, fabricators and processors the ability to shift from a reactive response to a proactive, behavioral training. This technology helps bring the industry one step closer to reaching the goal of an accident-free steel industry.
Zekelman Industries and Everguard.ai are joining efforts to use artificial intelligence (AI) and sensor fusion to increase safety measures at the steel manufacturer's facilities. The companies have announced an agreement to bring Everguard's Sentri360™ platform to Zekelman's Atlas Tube facility in Blytheville, Arkansas, which will create a paradigm shift from a reactive to a proactive approach to...
"AI has the potential to reduce transmission, ensure the health and safety of staff members, and detect - and contain- cluster outbreaks before they start…"
As facilities across the country begin to reopen, advancements in artificial intelligence have the potential to keep workplaces healthier and safer.
Everguard.ai today announced the appointment of Sanjay Pandya, Professional Engineer (P.E.), as Vice President (VP) and General Manager (GM) of Construction. Mr. Pandya will be responsible for overseeing internal operations, augmenting the company's operating performance and will also lead the company's efforts in the construction industry.
Industrial manufacturing facilities are a mine field of accidents waiting to happen. From injuries due to workers falling, vehicle-worker collisions and improper use of safety equipment, employees can be seriously injured … or even die.