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    Hours Tracked

  • 2891

    Staff Protected

  • 1215

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  • 12k

    Workings Hours Saved

 

Testimonials

  • Carla Manuel

    Vale Senior Medical Assistant

    In a nutshell, we can say that Optalert’s technology is used as a crucial tool when it comes to fatigue identification signals.

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  • Andrew Rigby

    Director of Sustainability Bis Industries

    Our drivers have embraced the Optalert drowsiness detection product. They understand the introduction is entirely about their safety because it can...

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  • David Nash

    Air Liquide National Supply Chain Manager

    – New Zealand

    The main driver for me was to choose a system that aligned with our safety targets. Our guys drive for some pretty long hours. There's a lot of time...

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What industries are using Optalert's early-warning system?

Mining

Military

Road transport

Coach and bus travel

Aviation

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Optalert's early-warning system is trusted by major global blue chip companies

  • Air Liquide

    Air Liquide

  • Alsco

    Alsco

  • Aurizon

    Aurizon

  • Australian Department of Defence

    Australian Department of Defence

  • BALPA

    BALPA

  • Basin Sands Logistics / CMC

    Basin Sands Logistics / CMC

  • BHP Billiton

    BHP Billiton

  • Bis Industries

    Bis Industries

  • German Aerospace Centre

    German Aerospace Centre

  • Harvard University

    Harvard University

  • King Saud University

    King Saud University

  • NASA

    NASA

  • Newgold

    Newgold

  • Vale

    Vale

 

Latest Blog Posts

A day in the life of a shift worker

Monday, March 20, 2017 by James Gorry
Ask any shift worker about a typical shift and they will tell you the same thing: no two shifts are ever alike. Shift workers often enjoy the variety provided to them and the changing landscape. They might also tell you that it can be challenging and exhausting, but at the same time incredi .. Continue reading >

The future of road safety

Wednesday, March 15, 2017 by Scott Coles
For as long as road travel has existed, so too have road accidents. Consequently, actions have been taken to improve safety and reduce the risk of a road injury or fatality. Could autonomous vehicles be the largest impact on car safety we have ever seen? It looks likely. Road safety has .. Continue reading >

What would roadside fatigue or drowsiness testing look like?

Wednesday, February 22, 2017 by Dr Trefor Morgan
First, we had breath tests to test Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC). Then, we had saliva swabs to test for illegal drugs. Now, we could be seeing a test for drowsiness that completes the roadside test trifecta. Roadside drowsiness testing has rapidly become a popular discussion topi .. Continue reading >

The evolution of road safety

Friday, February 10, 2017 by Scott Coles
As we take a look back at the evolution of road safety, it’s interesting to see how much has changed; most of which has occurred just within the last 200 years. From the horse-drawn carriage to sensors, cameras, and Bluetooth technology, a lot has happened in the road safety sphere over th .. Continue reading >
 

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