PRESS RELEASE: SmartCap and Newtrax: A world first collaboration for global underground mining operations

Brisbane, QLD – 04 May, 2017- SmartCap Technologies have announced their new collaboration with Newtrax Technologies. These two industry-leading safety solution providers will be working together over the coming months to adapt Life by SmartCap, a world-first solution that will suit underground mining conditions.

The new initiative will bring many benefits to both operators and supervisors alike. Life provides real-time alerts to prevent microsleeps before they happen, empowering users to be their own fatigue manager. Supervisors will have real-time data access so they can make fact-based decisions that keep their workforce safe.

Newtrax Technologies, based in Montreal, Canada, is the leading provider of safety and operations management solutions to the global underground hard rock mining industry. Newtrax’s connectivity solutions are designed to support real-time data applications underground, enabling a quicker timeframe for the implementation of Life for SmartCap customers. The integrated solution will allow for intervention from control rooms on site, in real-time when a high-level fatigue alert is received.

“Newtrax is always looking to enhance its systems with novel sensors and the SmartCap Life product is a perfect addition to our safety portfolio. We expect most of our customers to select this option to achieve a more comprehensive monitoring of hazards.” Said Alexandre Cervinka, CEO of Newtrax.

“Working with Newtrax, proven leaders in safety and communications for underground hard rock mining provides SmartCap with an exciting opportunity to be able to deliver our validated fatigue monitoring solution to underground workers. Our partnership with Newtrax will integrate key technologies to improve the safety and efficiency of underground miners.” SmartCap Technologies VP Product Development, Mr. Brett Carswell.

 

For all media inquiries please contact Ms. Kristy Hamilton: kristy.hamilton@smartcaptech.com

Why count microsleeps when you can prevent them?