Stakeholder - RAMJACK Technology Solutions
Products and ServicesSmartCap is the ONLY PRO-ACTIVE fatigue monitoring solution on the market today. Accepted as the industry standard by the global mining community, SmartCap is now being introduced to other industries with safety critical operations:
- Excavators and other earth moving equipment
- Dump Trucks and other heavy lorries
- Tower Cranes
- Crew transport – buses, vans, etc
The SmartCap solution is based around the Lifeband that can be worn by itself, be integrated into a baseball cap, hardhat or any other headgear. The Lifeband communicates via bluetooth to a display that communicates wirelessly with the cloud to run the algorithms that calculate an operator’s alert levels.
Ramjack Technology Solutions is a UK based company representing some of the leading industry solutions to come out of Australia and Canada. Our focus is on safety related solutions such as SmartCap.
Based in Brisbane, SmartCap was created in response to mining industry leaders, unhappy with existing camera-based and glass-based technology. Mining companies such as Anglo American, BHP & Rio Tinto wanted to pro-actively monitor the alert levels of their dump truck operators to ensure that they were able to detect the possibility of a micro-sleep BEFORE the event.Read more
Evaluation of the SmartCap technology by Monash UniversityFollowing is a report based on our initial analysis of data collected for analysis of the SmartCap fatigue monitoring technology. The primary outcome used for this analysis was four consecutive misses during an Osler task, which is indicative of having brief periods of EEG defined sleep. Monash University found that
SmartCap Validation – Independent assessment from Universidad de ChileFurther to the independent assessment of SmartCap performed by Monash University Accident Research Centre, Austin Health Department of Respiratory & Sleep Medicine and the Institute for Breathing & Sleep, a validation of the SmartCap Fatigue Monitoring technology has been completed by researchers in the Faculty of Medicine at the University