Experience future scenarios in occupational safety with Quentic at the

October 30, 2019

  • Reporting damages and incidents with a guided chatbot dialogue live at the giant LEGO® showcase
  • View on the very detailed LEGO® model of a chemical factory presented at the Quentic booth

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is already enhancing a variety of spheres of life and work, and its potential for occupational health and safety is very promising. At the international trade forum for safety, security and health at work A+A, Quentic intends to shine a light on the diverse range of opportunities and potential uses. Visit Quentic at booth E12 in hall 6 from November 5th to 8th and be inspired by the possibilities.

Digital assistants: new approaches to product development

As part of a pilot project, Quentic’s Chief Product Officer Dr. Mario Lenz will show how AI and digital assistants can help make work safer and put people at the forefront. For international trade visitors, he will give his presentation on “Digital assistants to support occupational safety” in English at 11 a.m. on November 6th at the Quentic booth.

Giant LEGO® Showcase with over 55,000 LEGO pieces

At our massive 2.5 square meters LEGO® model of a chemical plant, you can see for yourself that augmented reality and digital assistants in EHS management are no longer dreams of the future. Follow the operational processes like the delivery, manufacture and loading of units for transport, and also experience up close how a modern EHS platform can help make these processes safe. Even Quentic’s AI and digital assistant pilot applications are live and ready to be tried out on-site. Plant workers can be protected from unsafe situations with AI-based image recognition, and model viewers will get a chance to see how uncomplicated reporting damages can be with guided chatbot dialogue, while Augmented Reality makes contextually relevant information available where it’s needed most.

High performance audit management with Quentic 12.0

Quentic will also use the occasion of the A+A to present the software update 12.0.  This release introduced a new module component that enabled users to conduct audits with findings alongside the tried-and-true compact audit scheme currently in place. Also, with Quentic Connect synergies are created as it offers more possibilities to integrate existing processes, tools and data from third-party providers such as content databases.

Practical insights every day

The daily live program at the Quentic A+A booth, which will be held in German, comprises a variety of demonstrations and presentations. It aims to offer best practice cases, as well as trends and specialist topics on EHS and digitalization. Also, Quentic partners Enhesa, TÜV Nord Systems and Arqus Ingenieurbüro will present valuable insights. Whether hazardous materials, instructions, safety instructions or accident indicators: Quentic makes EHS management not only digital, but also mobile. We therefore put a special focus on the reporting functionalities offered by the Quentic app, which visitors can try our live