PMX: Innovative site safety technology

A transformative roadmap for hazard mitigation and site safety for plant equipment

 

 Assurance 

Complex construction projects call for innovative solutions to mitigate risk and provide assurance.

 

 

Today's major construction projects, from highway upgrades off-track railway construction (ALO) and city centre renewal, 
increasingly necessitate operation in close proximity to the public.
 

 

For workers on site, hazards from bridges and overhead structures, to subsurface power cables and high-pressure water
mains present a tangible risk.

In such an environment, an innovative approach to the accurate definition and maintenance of safe working equipment 
zones is vital.

 

 

Read how here

 


 

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 How does PMX work? Can my project benefit?

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Explore PMX

Combining two well-proven technologies – excavator hazard mitigation and global geolocation systems –

to deliver transformative benefits in site safety, improved operational efficiency and reduced costs.

Read our press releases 'Launching PMX' and 'Plantworx 2019'.

 

     

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Safety

Reduces risk of human error, accommodates a broader skills range and reduces operator workload

 

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Innovation

Combines hazard mitigation and geo-location technologies in a single solution

 

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Efficiency

Faster site wide hazard mapping with superior precision in operation

 

 

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Productivity

Up to 30% more productive compared to existing systems reliant on operator hazard setting

 

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Accreditation

The Network Rail approved system accredited to the latest ALO standards

 

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Assurance

Set fixed hazard features before a machine enters a live site


 


 

Applications

Versatility and project assurance in major infrastructure sectors

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