NASHVILLE, Tennessee – HoistCam by Netarus, a leading manufacturer and distributor of industrial-grade wireless crane and heavy equipment cameras, is set to present at AISTech 2021 in Nashville, Tennessee on June 30, 2021 at the Music City Center.
Join Netarus’ CEO, Christopher Machut, to dig in deeper on his case study titled: Steeled for Safety: Visual Aid Technologies to Increase Safety with Material Handling on Wednesday, June 30 from 2:30 PM – 3:00 PM. The case study, first featured in the June 2021 Edition of AIST, outlines how safety incidents were significantly reduced in material handling operations and how productivity was increased by 20% when deploying visual aid technologies on overhead cranes for steel mills and steel distribution facilities.
Considered the Steel Industry’s Premier Technology Event, Netarus will be available to answer questions about its HoistCam models of heavy-duty cameras. “In steel mill applications, load placement can be dangerous,” says Chris Machut, Chief Ececutive Officer for Netarus. “HoistCam is designed to improve operator visibility of the load while delivering performance that can stand up to the severe environments of steel mills,” he said. HoistCam saves time and increases safety by providing an operator with direct line-of-site in and around the load.
About HoistCam by Netarus
HoistCam is a rapidly deployable camera system designed to eliminate blind and distant lifts on cranes and heavy equipment for operators and managers. HoistCam provides complete vision to the crane operator across construction, industrial, marine and transportation industries. HoistCam’s platform extends even further with HoistCam Director for remote monitoring and HoistCam SiteTrax.io to perform near real-time automated job site analysis including as-builts, 3D rendering, orthomosaics, digital surface maps (DSM) and point clouds. For more information on Netarus, visit www.netarus.com.