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How wearable technology is working to mitigate workers' comp claims.

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There's now a wearable sensor that a worker wears that can track everything from ergonomic risk factors to the ambient temperature of the workspace. They can also measure ambient light, air quality, air pressure, humidity and the heat temperature index. At the end of a workday, the data from the device is uploaded into the cloud and a risk profile is generated that can be reviewed same day. The field is expanding into artificial intelligence (AI) and exoskeletons too.

For the complete story, go to the Insurance Business America article.


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