Safetytech Accelerator announces collaboration to improve real-time detection of potential fires below deck25/05/2021
Safetytech Accelerator is delighted to announce a collaboration with Seaspan, and selects Everactive in a bid to improve real-time detection of potential fires below deck.
Safetytech Accelerator selects Senseye as first startup to join Waypoint acceleration programme24/05/2021
Safetytech Accelerator has selected computational neuroscience startup Senseye as the first company to join the Waypoint acceleration programme with the aim of improving fatigue management in industry.
How our mission drives our investment decisions.14/05/2021
Safetytech Accelerator is a mission-led organisation. Our mission is simple – making the industrial world safer and more sustainable through the wider adoption of emerging digital technologies applied to safety and risk – what we call safetytech.
Interview with Koos Smoor, Innovation Lead at KOTUG International, on the importance of long-term vision in safetytech innovation.13/05/2021
In this interview with Koos Smoor, manager of fleet performance and innovation at KOTUG International, Koos shares his view that competition and the long-term vision are important determining factors in his innovation strategy.
How can we enable engineers working with safety critical equipment to use predictive analytics?10/05/2021
Last week’s announcement of the partnership between Falkonry and Lloyd’s Register was a good illustration of how Safetytech Accelerator can promote market access and adoption for new technologies once it has selected crucial challenges that if solved could change markets.
Press Release: Safetytech Accelerator and Kafoodle collaborate to make school mealtimes safer.10/05/2021
Safetytech Accelerator have selected Kafoodle as a partner on a programme to make school mealtimes safer. Kafoodle is an award-winning software that has been working with a variety of food businesses since 2014.
Safetytech Accelerator collaborates with Lloyd’s Register to determine how to make inspections in confined spaces safer30/04/2021
Safetytech Accelerator and Lloyd’s Register are collaborating to find out how drones and robots can be used to minimise inspection-related confined space entries of pressure equipment, especially when these inspections are bound to regulatory and codes and standards requirements.
Understanding decision-making on a ship through sensing.28/04/2021
This pilot sought to explore how sensing technologies could improve the understanding of unsafe human behaviours and mindsets on commercial ships, leading to better knowledge of why safety incidents occur.