Industrial Safety

There is a demand for increased worker safety and decreased operational costs across the industrial sector. Industrial safety manufacturers must respond to these needs while creating products that are fit to withstand harsh conditions with minimal maintenance for decades.

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Protective equipment must satisfy a complex hierarchy of needs: It must protect; it must not impede productivity and ideally should enhance it; its design must be user-centred to ensure high levels of compliance; it must aid broader operations by enhancing situational awareness, and by supporting management and regulatory oversight.

Rising safety standards and an increasing focus on total cost of ownership are driving two key trends. The first is innovation in business models such as 'Safety as a Service', where equipment is leased and value-added services are provided. In these cases, wireless technology allows condition monitoring and configuration without changing existing wiring.

The second is increasingly long calibration and maintenance intervals. State-of-the-art technologies emerging from academia - such as mid-IR LEDs - allow further step changes in detector size, reliability, and power consumption.

Using deep industry knowledge TTP helps industrial safety clients develop and integrate new technologies that meet these challenges.

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