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Scottish tech firm to develop coronavirus risk management tool for workplaces
We are proud to announce intenseIT have formed an international collaboration to roll-out a pioneering AI-based solution, with the aim of helping workplaces minimise the transmission of Coronavirus.
With seed-funding from Innovate UK, which was obtained with the help of The Data Lab’s External Funding Service, intenseIT have created the WorkSafeAITM solution to be used by businesses to decide which prevention measures are most suitable for them.
As lockdown begins to ease across Scotland and the UK, organisations are challenged with creating a safe working environment for their employees. Yet, with COVID-19 a relatively new virus, we are only beginning to grasp its full impact. Understanding the ever-changing information is a mammoth task, and how it applies in specific businesses is extremely daunting for leaders.
WorkSafeAITM simulates any combination of mitigation actions, building occupancy and background infection rates, so businesses will know what should work best in their specific situation, before spending on these measures. Business leaders will soon be able to verify the effectiveness of their risk policies by integrating real-time data from sensors, heat-sensitive cameras and other “Internet of Things (IoT) devices.
Our partnership with Silicon Valley Decision Intelligence pioneers, Quantellia, allows us to develop this unique approach to risk management for COVID-19, and of course futureproof for further pandemics. With this solution we can ensure that leaders’ decisions can be evidence-based and people-focused. This will engage business leaders in the fight against a second or third spike in the coronavirus and the emergence of other epidemics.
Our consortium is also made up from local, highly skilled SME’s: technical resources from neurodiversity professionals auticon, project management and business analysis specialists Linsandel Consulting and with support from clinical epidemiologist Dr Paul Nelson of Nelus AI.
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