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Our technological expertise can support your efforts in the construction industry to promote safety and efficiency.

Construction sites can be monitored using data collected by an array of sensors to prevent problems and allow businesses to concentrate on preventative measures, saving money and time. This increases efficiency and productivity on the job site.

This huge potential can be realised via a number of applications, including wearables. Workers are equipped with devices monitoring conditions and communicating the collected data via IoT equipment.

Valuable insights into the industry can be gained by collecting and analysing this data, leading to progress in perfomance levels, tool management, operating conditions and much more.

This collection of data is just the beginning. Contact us now to find out how to get Plextek creativity and ingenuity working for you.

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The Physiological Challenges of Spaceflight

By: Rich Whittle Bioastronautics & Human Performance Lab at Texas A&M University 14th April 2021 The recent landing of the probe Perseverance on Mars, and the excitement generated by the high-resolution images currently being broadcast back to Earth, has inevitably started people thinking about human exploration of the Red Planet. However, the challenges faced by [...]

Radar For Medical Imaging and Monitoring

ATLAS Telecom and Plextek today announced a strategic partnership on the next generation E-Passport programme to deliver a highly innovative marine tracker solution.

High Times for Cannabis Vaping?

By: Nigel Whittle Head of Medical & healthcare 1st April 2021 The recent news that the NHS is planning a clinical trial of cannabis oil in the UK will come as a relief to many patients suffering from chronic pain, who regularly use marijuana to alleviate their symptoms. Although research is ongoing, there is good [...]

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