The wearable device that monitors for fatigue

Last year I wrote about an interesting wearable technology developed by a startup called SmartSite.  The company, which is part of the Y Combinator stable, offers hardware that is connected to the cloud to help companies measure what hazardous substances employees are exposed to.

Such exposure is common on building sites, and can lead to conditions such as cancer, dermatitis and a range of respiratory problems.  To help reduce this, the SmartSite system monitors particulates in the air, UV rays, and even noise levels on site.

The concept, which emerged out of time spent at the Royal College of Arts, aims to improve on existing methods that tend to rely on past conditions to gauge the current risk to workers.  More current monitoring is possible but usually expensive so is undertaken less often, and this is where SmartSite comes in.

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