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Lefeber, M. (author)
Sensoren genereren data en met digitale data kun je veel automatiseren. De mogelijkheden van data based kunstmatige intelligentie lijken oneindig. Maar kunnen sensoren oak bijdragen aan een gezonde en veilige werkplek? En hoe zit het met de ethiek en de privacy? Vakmedianet
article 2020
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Sensors can be used to monitor the effectiveness of control measures or working procedures. This applies both to sensors measuring chemical substances and to so-called ‘smart sensors’ that measure physical quantities such as temperature, distance, orientation, vibration, pressure, etc. They are not applied to people but to equipment and...
other 2020
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Exposure levels are currently measured by occasionally taking samples from a limited number of employees. A logbook is kept of the activities being carried out while these measurements are being made. The samples are analysed in a laboratory and, together with the log book data, interpreted and provided to the company. This approach does not,...
other 2020
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An exposure profile based on a personal exposure sensor is not easy to interpret. To understand what is causing peak or elevated exposures, insight is needed into what an employee has done, in what way, and under what circumstances, i.e. the context. This context can also be measured - in part - using sensors and other techniques, such as indoor...
other 2020
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Exposure sensors can be worn by employees on the chest or shoulder to measure their personal exposure levels. Sensors often record a measurement every few seconds, yielding an exposure profile (time series) for the entire working day. This can be presented to the employees themselves in real time, e.g. using an app. It can be visualized as an...
other 2020
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Stationary sensors are carefully distributed throughout the work environment. The concentration of a chemical substance is continuously measured. Modelling tools are used to draw a substance concentration map of the area, making high-concentration zones visible; this allows the location of a source to be identified.
other 2020
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Stationary exposure sensors and modelling tools can be used to draw up concentration maps of workspaces. This can be done for more than one chemical substance simultaneously. If employees are fitted with an ILT device, individual exposure profiles can be developed by combining an individual’s indoor location data with the concentration map data.
other 2020
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Simons, R, (author), Valk, P. (author)
Korte schets van de bijdrage aan het Europese Fit-to Fly project ( Early Warning Systems sensoren) van TNO Defensie en Veiligheid en hun eigen onderzoek naar fase-verschuiving van de slaap en strategisch gedoseerde slaapperioden. De eisen die een missie aan het personeel stelt, de verstoring van het biologische lichaamsritme en matige...
article 2006
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