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Modern enterprises and manufacturing are constantly looking for sophisticated technological tools for enhancing business efficiency, manufacturing process optimisation, cost-cutting, and safety level improvement. Nowadays all manufacturers, operating in the time of the 4-th industrial revolution, need to accumulate more and more real-time data to identify and evaluate the output of each particular employee, to set up the most appropriate workload, to decrease production costs per unit and to reduce the number of work accidents. And so-called RTLS in manufacturing, like indoor navigation, is one of the most promising technologies for this.
Navigine offers a range of advanced solutions created particularly for manufacturing and industry companies. All these products serve the purpose of improving safety, increasing labor efficiency, as well as, providing an opportunity for manufacturing process optimisation.
A indoor navigation system is an appropriate tool for safety improvement. It is based on a clever mix of new technologies and cutting-edge software. Such a system provides an opportunity to position staff inside an industrial building in a real-time mode. Our solution could work via a variety of working equipment such as helmets, trackers, smart watches or tablets. This system enhances safety.
The real-time motion system monitors all movements, simplifies the process of real-time vehicle management, suggests the most appropriate route and prevents potential work accidents.
A real-time motion system which provides useful data and analytics to support deliberate management decisions and enhancement of business efficiency. The indoor navigation platform allows to record every worker’s history of movements and location, monitor traffic and simplify communication between staff members.
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