Gilbane applies CT tech to worker safety

HartfordBusiness.com covered Gilbane’s commitment to raising the bar for the construction industry when it comes to safety with its latest implementation of Spot-r by Triax. By adopting the suite of Spot-r products, including the Clip which detects fall events and sends an alert to designate personnel, and EvacTag, Gilbane is greatly reducing the time it takes…

Technology-driven Safety Revolution Making Construction Sites Safer

Construction sites present significant safety hazards and challenges including working at height, moving objects and equipment, loud noises, and live wires. Safety is a top industry priority, and fortunately, a technology-driven safety revolution is working to support contractor initiatives towards zero incidents. ForConstructionPros.com highlighted the five ways in which innovations are advancing site safety every day,…

CONEXPO-CON/AGG: Jobsite Safety Advances to Keep Pace with Growing Construction Opportunities

Construction is an economic driver, estimated to grow globally by 67 percent from $7.2 trillion today to $12 trillion by 2020. Despite this rapid growth, the industry continues to struggle with challenges that other industries have long overcome, including a lack of visibility and business intelligence across jobsites and project participants. In this piece for…

Technology That’s Making Job Sites Safer

Construction is a high-stakes industry with inherent risks, and safety must be a top priority across job sites and project types. Business.com recently highlighted some of the technologies being used to increase safety at worksites today, including Spot-r by Triax. Triax Technologies addresses the No. 1 cause of injuries and fatalities on construction worksites: falls.…

Triax Technologies Execs to Present Role of IoT Tech in Improving Construction Site Safety, Visibility at Autodesk University

Company to Unveil New IoT Solution, Exhibit Flagship Spot-r Wearable System NORWALK, Conn., Nov. 6, 2017 – Triax Technologies, Inc., a leading provider of technology for the connected jobsite, today announced that it will be unveiling a new IoT-based technology solution for construction during Autodesk University taking place Nov. 13-16, 2017 in Las Vegas. Additionally,…

The Evolving Relationship between Technology and Safety in the Construction Industry

For centuries, safety in the construction industry was left to common sense and on-the-job experience. In the late 1960s, worker safety become part of the national conversation and employers were required to provide their employees with working conditions that are free of known dangers, leading to the establishment of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration…