Calgary, Canada, January 17, 2018 | Aware360 was presented with the Top 20 Most Promising IoT Solutions Providers Award on Wednesday IoT by CIO Review Magazine for outstanding accomplishments in IoT.
Most employers in Alberta have employees who need to work alone. The legislation first established in 2000, and updated as recently as June 1, 2018, states that companies need to protect these workers. Simply put, the law says employers must do “everything reasonable”, but what exactly does this mean and how do[...]
Calgary, Alberta, June 3, 2018 – Aware360, a leading provider of safety solutions, announces iDriveAware, an app and web-based monitoring system that improves driver behavior. The solution offers real-time feedback and scoring of driver actions and operates without the need to install any device in the vehicle.
TORONTO, ON., June 4, 2018 — International Data Corporation (IDC) Canada today published an IDC Innovators report identifying four key emerging technology vendors in the Canadian public safety solutions market with revenue under C$100 million. The four companies named as IDC Innovators are Aware360, HealthIM,[...]
Are you going to San Antonio in June? We’re excited about Safety 2018, three days of learning and networking with 6,000 of our closest peers. We’re bringing a new product to the show this year, as well as updates to other solutions that use cutting-edge technology to keep people safe.
It may sound like science fiction, but did you know we all have a duplicate of ourselves in the digital world? Data gathered in your everyday life from sensors, smartphones, wearables and other devices has created a digital copy of yourself.
So, what can we do with it?
It’s been a big year for us here at Aware360 – we’ve launched our Secure360 platform and integrated a new wearable device! Question is…. What’s in store for 2017? To answer this burning question, I sat down with our CTO, Robert Forget, and asked him what’s in store for device integration next year…
About 75% of employees in North america are mobile workers. Advances in communications technology means these workers can work anywhere at any time. These new technologies also mean these mobile workers will work alone at some point during their workday. As an employer you're obligated to keep them safe.
Here is an[...]