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Industrial Safety Sensor Applications

Enabling Safety in Danger Zones with OleaVision™️

Industrial Safety Sensors

safety sensor in warehouse environment

Enabling Safety In Manufacturing and Warehouse Environments


More than 18,000 amputations, crushed fingers and other traumatic injuries occur each year in the US alone, many, of which would be preventable with additional safeguarding.


OleaVision™️ is able to detect activity within a danger zone and send out an alarm or provide a signal to shut down equipment thereby designating a safe zone around such hazards.

Baggage Claim Safety Sensor

Enabling Safety In Airports 

Baggage handling equipment poses a great potential danger in the public areas of airports, especially conveyor belts, which have been the cause of serious injuries and deaths.


In 2018, a toddler in New Zealand sustained critical injuries after climbing on the conveyor belt at check-in and being carried away into the handling system and in 2013, and infant placed in its carrier on the baggage carousel became trapped and died.  


There is increasing interest in technologies such as OleaVision™️ which is able to detect activity within a danger zone and send a signal to shut down equipment to prevent such tragedies. 

Agriculture safety sensor

Enabling Safety On Farms

Agriculture is among the most dangerous occupations worldwide.

Farming equipment accidents are the leading cause of injury and death among farm workers. Many workers are killed in fields due to the operator’s inability to see humans moving within an unsafe distance of active equipment. Each day, about 500 agricultural workers suffer lost-time injuries, 25 of which result in permanent impairment. At least 50% of these incidents occur due to farm machinery. Many accidents also involve family and children who live on these farms.


OleaVision™️  is able to detect human activity within a danger zone and send a signal to shut down equipment to prevent such tragedies. 

anonymous information on human in smart buildins sensor

Enabling Safety In Smart Buildings

With the increasing rate of data breaches and widespread privacy concerns awareness supported by the EU’s adoption of the GDPR rules affecting companies worldwide, the way we monitor our smart environments and buildings is changing.


Privacy laws prevent identifying data collection, in many cases, while public and private interest in security and the cost-efficient, eco-smart management of buildings is of increasing interest. The use of cameras can offer security but infringe on privacy.


OleaVision™️ offers anonymous information on human or life presence without collecting data that could pose privacy concerns while operating in total darkness or inclement weather. At the same time, OleaVision™️ can be seamlessly integrated into existing surveillance and HVAC systems to offer an additional layer of security or comfort.

Access management is also possible thanks to the OleaVision™️ HeartSignature™️ technology.

Traffic Surveillance and People Counting

Enabling Traffic Surveillance And People Counting

Use of videotape in carpool lane surveillance and enforcement is effective but often imprecise. Those with an interest in habitual violation of these laws often use mannequins or even blow-up dolls to simulate a passenger, slipping by cameras that are not capable of producing a definitive image.

Other reasons for people counting include street and retail foot traffic research.

OleaVision™️ is capable of detecting people based upon their life presence, without cameras which can mistake an inanimate object for a life presence.

military check point safety sensor
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Enabling Safety In Military Checkpoint and Triage

Whether for checkpoint identification or portable vital sign detection for continuous monitoring in triage or during transport, OleaSense™️ technology is adaptable to both field and hospital environments and can read vitals even through body armor for when seconds count.


HeartSIgnature™️ technology offers a unique means of unchanging and non-replicating identification.

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