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At Claitec, we are constantly listening to our clients’ feedback as we see this as the only way to be in tune with our their needs and to provide them with flexible and creative solutions that truly enhance their daily operations, strengthen security in workspaces, and prevent many accidents.

It is in this back-and-forth with our customers, in this sincere and productive exchange, that we have discovered that the AV-30 Verification Antenna emerges as a highly valuable tool, as it can also offer solutions for access control in industrial spaces. Specifically, we see that many customers request the AV-30 device to be installed alongside the PSG System – Pedestrian Safety Gate – for access control using T-10R/BADGE tags.

So, to access the protected area, the user must carry the T-10R/BADGE tag, pass near the AV-30 antenna, and gain access, for instance, to the warehouse or restricted workspace. If they don’t have a tag with them, or if the tag’s battery is low or not functioning correctly, the Antenna will not grant permission, and the PSG electromagnet will not open.

Furthermore, in the case of common doors which, are equipped for example with an electromagnetic lock, many of our customers have also chosen to install the AV-30 antenna so that workers entering hazardous or heavily trafficked areas – such as those with forklift traffic -, can only gain access if they carry the tag. This helps prevent risks and reduces workplace accidents.

The AV-30 device stands out on its own merit compared to previous versions. Among other things, it is a more compact solution, capable of performing both functions – verification antenna and access control – seamlessly. It is also easier to install, saving time and increasing efficiency, and it can be wall-mounted or, using accessories, placed on a post.

If you would like more information about our solutions or if you have any inquiries, please do not hesitate to contact us. We are here to assist you!

The coexistence between machinery or work vehicles and operators within the same workplace can be extremely challenging. However, with proper planning and the right tools, it is possible to achieve the safe interaction of humans and machines in industrial spaces, reducing risks and preventing workplace accidents.

Claitec has have developed various solutions to enhance safety standards and prevent workplace accidents. The 3 tools highlighted below are just some of the devices we can use to improve the coexistence of machinery and operators within the same workspace.

1) PAS Solution: One of Claitec’s flagship tools that continues to prove its effectiveness day after day for our customers! The Pedestrian Alert System (PAS) alerts forklift drivers when it detects a person within adjustable distances of 1 to 11 meters. It is a unique system capable of differentiating between people and objects, and it can even detect operators behind a wall or a shelf. Pedestrians simple wear a tag which, when detected by the system installed on the forklifts, alerts the driver with light signals. The warning received by the driver immediately warns him or her that there is a person near their work area, enabling them to take necessary precautions and avoid issues.

2) PSG Gate: The PSG (Pedestrian Safety Gate) is a safety gate designed to reduce risk situations in workspaces. This system has two functionalities: creating safe pedestrian crossings and restricting entry to unauthorised personnel. The PSG can also be easily combined with other solutions to stop pedestrians from crossings if a forklift is detected nearby, even in low-visibility areas. It can be supplied with additional features such as traffic lights, other visual indicators, sensors, and manual emergency buttons.

3) VSG Door: The Virtual Safety Gate is a virtual gate that activates when access is prohibited in a specific area or intersection, alerting traffic with a red line projection on the floor.  This system has been highly successful in improving safety and preventing workplace accidents in industrial aisles. The gates can be easily installed at the entrance of each aisle, warning forklift drivers when there are other vehicles or operators in the same aisle.

Should you have any question, specific inquiries, or would like more information about our solutions, please don’t hesitate to contact us. We are here to assist you!

Poor, low, or no visibility is a high-risk factor and a frequent cause of workplace accidents.

In our previous post we talked about the importance to improve control of spaces where pedestrian and forklifts coexist, and in this direction we want to highlight our blind Spot Solution (BS) for blind angle areas. This tool minimises the risks of collisions between forklifts and pedestrians and prevents vehicle collisions in areas with limited visibility. It uses traffic lights to indicate the right of way for drivers and pedestrians who carry tags that emit light signals when detected by an activator. Subsequently, the traffic light indicates the right of way, helping to organise traffic in challenging contexts.

The BS System is very easy to install, and it only requires a RFID trigger, traffic lights, a personal key ring for operators and tags for the forklifts. Pedestrians can carry the tags easily in their key rings or with their ID cards, for example, and so can the forklifts.

This is a particularly helpful solution in loading and unloading areas; when manoeuvring in areas with low visibility; in areas where pedestrians and forklifts intersect; and in spaces with a lot of traffic and forklift movement.

Should you have any questions, specific inquiries, or would like more information about our solutions, please don’t hesitate to contact us. We are here to assist you!

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