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The number of monitored lone workers in Europe and North America reached 900,000 in 2017

Feb 05, 2019 • NewsFuture of FIeld ServiceLone workerBerg InsightIoT

According to a new research report from the IoT analyst firm Berg Insight, the market for lone worker protection solutions and services in Europe and North America is forecasted to grow from €110 million in 2017, to reach more than €260 million...

Why Nanowear's breakthrough technology could pave an important path for field service

Feb 26, 2018 • FeaturesHardwareLone workerlone worker protectionNanowearVijay VardanwearablesField Service MedicalSmart CLothingVen Vardan

Kris Oldland, Editor-in-Chief, Field Service News, takes a look at a new line in wearable technology aimed at the medical sector launched by Nanowear and explains why he thinks it could be an essential aspect for field service worker safety...

GOM UK protect lone working engineers with StaySafe lone worker app

Jul 08, 2016 • NewsGOM UKLone workeroptical measuringSoftware and Appssoftware and appsStaySafe

Optical measuring solutions provider GOM UK, whose clients include many major automotive & aerospace companies, is utilising innovative lone worker security solution, StaySafe.

Lone workers – identifying and managing risk

Nov 17, 2015 • FeaturesManagementLone workermobile workforce managementfield service managementtelematics

The very nature of their jobs means that field service employees are lone workers and safety risks are not confined to hazardous workplaces. FSN Editor Sharon Clancy looks at some of the strategies for making ensuring your employees stay safe.

Lone worker protection from Matrix

Jul 03, 2015 • HardwareNewsLone workerfield service managementtelematics

A device to protect lone workers against the daily risks of their job has been launched by telematics provider Matrix Telematics.  The pocket-sized LoneWorker device incorporates the latest in GPS and sensor technology to help employees working...

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