Matroid selected for pilot to test whether computer vision can help improve safety when working at height20/09/2022
Computer vision company Matroid has been selected to pilot their technology for Service Center Metals, to test whether their technology could recognise safety hazards within the workplace.
New tech accelerator launched to reduce maritime methane emissions06/09/2022
A coalition of shipping leaders is launching today to identify, accelerate and advocate technology solutions for the maritime industry to measure and manage methane emissions activity.
Safetytech Accelerator and Lloyd’s Register Maritime Decarbonisation Hub establish a partnership in green fuel assurance22/08/2022
A partnership to undertake a feasibility study on the assurance of green fuel in the maritime industry.
Safetytech Accelerator teams up with NSC to uncover tech to prevent most common workplace injuries28/07/2022
Safetytech Accelerator announces a collaboration with the National Safety Council MSD Solutions Lab, to address the most common workplace injury, MSDs.
Can more be done to improve the safety of carriage of cars on ships?27/07/2022
Read about a webinar discussing differing views on the evolving risk around the safe carriage of vehicles on ships.
Three winners selected to join Waypoint 3 to tackle challenges in maritime risk27/07/2022
Safetytech Accelerator announces the three companies selected to join Waypoint 3: Maritime Risk. They are ShipIn Systems, eyeGauge and Aliciabots.
Scoutbase achieves positive results following Waypoint engagement21/07/2022
In this engagement, Safetytech Accelerator worked with Scoutbase to take their business forward in the area of crew-wellbeing.
Reducing risk in ports using AI-based video analytics19/07/2022
Read a case study about how IronYun and Safetytech Accelerator collaborated on a project to solve safety problems in ports and terminal sites at a global ports and logistics operator.