Fatigue Detection Technology
Today’s workers are stepping up to industry demands by working longer hours, often times without taking adequate rest and relaxation. This puts workers at risk of getting fatigued on the clock, which can cause impairment to their decision making abilities – putting lives and machinery at risk.
Mental fatigue can be hard to detect. Listed below are different types of fatigue detection methods:
- Visual detection using infrared camera
- Heart rate based measures
- Muscle activity based measures
- Brain wave based measures
- Psychomotor monitoring based methods
Using these automatic worker fatigue detection methods can ensure proactive prevention of accidents leading to loss of life or high-value assets.
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