National Safety Council and Safetytech Accelerator launch pilot program to improve workplace safety18/11/2021
The National Safety Council (NSC) through its Work to Zero initiative and Safetytech Accelerator announce a new collaboration where they will pilot a program to help employers trial and adopt safety technology to save lives.
Scoutbase selected to join Safetytech Accelerator Waypoint programme12/11/2021
Scoutbase – a company which combines safety science, design thinking and IT to deliver safety tools for the maritime and offshore industries – has been selected to join Waypoint, Safetytech Accelerator’s commercial acceleration programme.
Container loss – an environmental and reputational problem which needs urgent action09/11/2021
Container loss is on the increase. This has important impacts on operators and on the environment. We’re thinking about how technology could be part of the solution.
Webinar replay: Tech showcase – Exploring the potential of robotics in confined spaces inspections01/11/2021
In this webinar we discussed a trial programme with Safetytech Accelerator and LRQA, and explored tech which can make inspections in confined spaces safer.
Clarifai selected as winner of challenge to improve safety in industry20/10/2021
Safetytech Accelerator announced Clarifai, as the winning technology provider selected to pilot its visual image recognition and text analytics technologies to improve safety in the construction sector.
Communicating accurate ingredient data in school canteens12/10/2021
This was a pilot project, partnering with BWCET, a school trust comprising over 20 schools in the North East of England. BWCET seeks innovative digital solutions to help school pupils, parents and carers find food that is safe for them to eat with all relevant food information they need.
Senseye graduates from Safetytech Accelerator’s Waypoint programme04/10/2021
Safetytech Accelerator has announced that computational neuroscience startup Senseye is the first graduate of their Waypoint acceleration programme.
Improving defect identification in pipelines28/09/2021
This pilot in collaboration with Phillips 66 sought to explore how machine learning technologies could improve the identification of defects in energy pipelines to reduce the likelihood of leaks and impact on the environment.
Safetytech Accelerator announces a collaboration to improve ship handling at sea22/09/2021
Safetytech Accelerator is very pleased to announce a collaboration with The Nautical Institute, Anglo-Eastern, Teekay Gas and MOL-LNG to explore Virtual Reality (VR) solutions to improve ship handling capabilities at sea.