Detection technologies that add safety smarts to existing equipment, enabling it to see potential dangers and react autonomously to protect your people.
Proximity detection works to prevent accidents and collisions that involve mobile machinery, including cranes, carriers, forklifts and vehicles.
Industrial-grade proximity detection and collision avoidance systems are smart safety technologies specifically designed to address and mitigate these risks and create a safer working environment.
The technology can be installed onto any type of mobile equipment operating in the container terminal - Rubber Tired Gantry Cranes (RTG’s), straddle carriers, forklifts, utility vehicles and trucks. It generates electromagnetic fields around the equipment creating an invisible warning zone to keep people and other equipment at safe distances.
Workers wear an armband receiver known as a personal alarm device (PAD), and if they breach these fields, or step into the equipment’s travel path, the PAD will emit warning alarms and the system will slow or stop the equipment automatically.
Over a decade of proven results. The technology has been active in industrial operations for over 12 years
Strata's proximity detection system is globally available. With offices and manufacturing facilities in multiple countries, Strata provides global expertise and local support.
The system intervenes independently of an operator to automatically slow and stop equipment in order to prevent an accident.
Works seamlessly on any size, type, make and model of mobile machinery.
Equipment-to-Person and Equipment-to-Equipment detection and warning. Functions on any number of machines and people in the same working area.
Customized, reliable and repeatable fields.
Active monitoring and reporting. All activities and events are logged and custom safety reports can be generated
Perimeter Guard proximity detection uses a cable to generate linear electromagnetic fields and create invisible fencing around restricted areas and potentially hazardous equipment.
Effective on large, stationary equipment with moving components such as conveyors
The system can be programmed into equipment to automatically stop moving components in an emergency.
Can operate with both persons-on-foot and other mobile equipment or vehicles