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Webinar: How Artificial Intelligence will shape the future of EHS management

Artificial intelligence (AI) and the involvement of employees hold enormous potential for occupational health and safety in the near future. The scope of relevant technologies ranges from digital assistants to gamification and from automatic image recognition to augmented and virtual reality. But what benefits do all these technologies have for occupational health and safety? And how can they relieve the workload of your frontline workers and enhance safety at the same time?

Join our free webinar to find out what opportunities and scenarios AI can offer to make the future of work even safer. In the webinar you will learn:
  • Which AI technologies are already available today and can be used in the EHS environment?

  • How can AI bridge the gap to ensure occupational health and safety and to make all data accessible at any time?

  • How can AI proactively identify opportunities and risks in occupational safety and provide relevant data on the situation?

  • How does AI help to identify unsafe situations at an early stage, to prevent them and to act immediately in the event of an emergency?

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