SafetyCulture is a technology company committed to developing innovative, low-cost, mobile-first applications that empower users to have safe and efficient workplaces. SafetyCulture iAuditor allows workers to conduct audits and in real-time quickly evaluate safety and quality. By accessing the platform on desktop, users gain complete visibility over their organization by analyzing real-time data to make informed business decisions.
Reverse Alert is a world first automatic braking system that can be fitted to any vehicle – new or used.
Reverse Alert is an aftermarket product that does not conflict with Australian Design Rules and can fit on any vehicle with a brake pedal. Following the capital raise, Reverse Alert will also be available to the truck, bus, trailer, caravan, fork lift and construction markets with no manufacturer (OEM) intervention required.
Giving peace of mind to those who care.
Control risk and protect your mobile workforce with JESI.
Distractless gives you a choice - use your phone or use your car.
Distractless comes in two parts - a small immobiliser that is simply and quickly fitted (by a licensed installer) under your dash and near your ignition. The other part is the Distractless app you download to your Android or iPhone.
When you get in your car, you need to switch on your Distractless app, otherwise your car will not start.
Once you switch on your Distractless app (which works with Bluetooth and Airplane mode) your car will start as normal, but your phone will not be able to send or receive text messages, phone calls, or emails and it disables social media and maps (you will still be able to listen to your music, and voice-activated apps).
And if the driver tries to over-ride the system or cheat in any way, a message is sent to a nominated third party (parent, partner, employer, insurer) who will know when the driver has breached Distractless. Every breach is recorded in the Distractless web app.
Distractless will save lives of young drivers.
5 February 2016 - Distractless on A Current Affair.
YouTube promo from 2014