AI-powered solutions are beneficial for offering insights on the organizational set-up to prevent disasters. These solutions can be integrated into the existing security system without the need for an infrastructure overhaul.
FREMONT, CA: The chemical, manufacturing, and logistics sector needs constant human vigilance to stay safe while working, as the slightest mistake could lead to disastrous results. These circumstances can be avoided or reduced with the implementation of artificial intelligence. AI can identify the patterns related to threats to human life and prevent human injuries.
Here are three ways to achiever zero accidents with the help of AI in manufacturing:
Material Handling Equipment (MHE) includes transporting, controlling, storing, protecting, and listing products at any step in the supply-chain operation. Implementing an AI-based system in supply-chain operations can help develop a path for employees and pedestrians to avoid any future disasters as well as find faults that might cause damages. Integrating AI with traditional MHE safety can help recognize disaster zones for companies to develop an SOP that will decrease accidents in those areas.
AI-powered solutions, driven by deep learning, can be installed in a CCTV camera to achieve zero accidents in the manufacturing area. The solution can offer a virtual map to evaluate the overall operational area, indicating dangerous areas, establishing non-compliance areas, and setting up various types of alerts if any disaster occurs.
These alerts can be announcements, through buzzers, email, or SMS, so that authorities can be alerted in real-time in situations where compliance is at risk.
Integrated AI-powered solution with traditional fire alarms can quickly notify authorities of fire hazards, unlike conventional fire alarms, which takes some time to notify after it detects fire. The solution can also survey the area to identify any faults in the building or workplace's electrical connection.
The AI-solution can give the accurate location of the fire and send alerts to authorities as well as identify the number of people present in the building and those exiting so that firefighters can be guided to find the right floor and save vital time.