Reactec, the Edinburgh-based tech company that recently launched its innovative SAFE-DISTANCE device to enable social distancing among workers, has completed a further £700,000 round of fundraising for the ongoing development of its innovative personal monitoring equipment and reporting technology. The funding round was led by leading business angel investment syndicate, Archangels, with co-funding from Scottish Investment Bank, the investment arm …
Reactec repurposes tried and tested technology to protect workers from potential exposure to COVID-19 Edinburgh-based Reactec, has repurposed its proven system for monitoring workers’ exposure to health risk to create “Safedistance”, which enables employers to manage the social distancing of their workforce within construction, rail, manufacturing and other workplaces. Safedistance is based on an industrial grade wrist-worn device and it: …
Reactec – the award-winning UK market leader in the provision of smart monitoring devices and data analytics of Hand Arm Vibration (HAV*) risk, has appointed Iain Mackay and Alastair Hogg to the Board as a Non-Executive Directors. Both Iain and Alastair are accomplished business leaders and experts in managing the challenges facing businesses in a technology driven market. Iain Mackay …
Reactec appoint Professor Setsuo Maeda as Chief Scientific Liaison. Relocating from Japan to Edinburgh for the role he is one of the world’s most respected experts in human response to vibration.
Forth Ports has rolled out Reactec’s innovative wearable HAVwear system which monitors the vibration exposure experienced by power tool users to reduce the risk of developing the incurable HAVS* condition.
Reactec, the supplier of an award winning revolutionary hand arm vibration monitoring device, has reported that the business moved into profit in 2017.
The new product will be launched next week at the Safety & Health Expo 2018 in London and is designed for fast and simple means of assessing HAV exposure.
Reactec, leader in monitoring and management platforms for exposure to Hand Arm Vibration (HAV) from power tool use, teams up with JEA Tech in Australia.
Reactec has added Bluetooth capability to the device to enable supervisors to monitor workers’ exposure risk and to intervene in real time – for the first time.
SDI is supporting Reactec as they take their innovative product onto the international stage on a trade mission to Australia and Japan this September.
Reactec, the award-winning market leader in monitoring and management platforms for exposure to hand and arm vibration, is marking the UK’s first Stop, Make a Change initiative today (18 April) by launching their Hand Arm Vibration Syndrome (HAVS) awareness campaign to the industry.
Reactec, the market leader in monitoring and management support solutions for hand and arm vibration syndrome (HAVS) – one of the most common industrial diseases in the UK – has completed a further £700,000 round of fundraising for the ongoing development of its innovative HAVwear personal monitoring equipment and reporting technology.
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