Solo is an environmental, health and safety solution that aims to enhance operational efficiency, employee safety, security and welfare across the port.
Vault chief executive officer David Moyland said: “Vault is delighted to collaborate with Jurong Port to harness our market-leading wearable technology expertise.
“As a leading software-as-a-service business delivering safety solutions, we will continue to innovate and cater to the evolving needs of Singapore’s Smart Nation initiatives.”
Jurong Port chief commercial officer Desmond Lim said the port was becoming a smart and connected port with digital innovation at its core.
He said: “The Solo solution will bring us closer to achieving this while simultaneously helping us to fulfil our commitment towards the safety and well-being of our staff and port users.”
With more than 800 staff and 30,000 registered port users, Jurong Port plans to leverage Solo to address one of its top priorities of implementing real-time monitoring capabilities to enable situational awareness.
This includes the monitoring of workers’ vital signs and the ability to take immediate decisions and actions to ensure their safety within the port premises.
Vault chief product and data officer Miguel Nasr elaborated: “We’re utilising digital technologies such as wearable internet-of-things sensors and machine learning to create ‘digital twins’ for our customers’ most critical assets.
“With Solo, we are now delivering time-critical insights to help businesses like Jurong Port to proactively monitor and manage the safety and security of their workforce.
“We have an exciting development roadmap that will continue to extend our incident detection capabilities and business insights to keep Solo ahead of the curve in meeting the needs of our customers.”
Vault will continue to support trials, product enhancements and deployment of its wearable solution, developing on the Samsung Galaxy Watch in conjunction with Samsung.
A key feature of the Solo solution is its fall detection capability with is integrated into an enterprise system on the watch.
This is a world first for Samsung and will greatly benefit Jurong Port where staff are often working at heights.
Samsung Electronics Singapore president Eugene Goh said: “Over the years with the evolution of the workplace, we have seen more organisations embracing technology to enhance operational efficiency.
“With workplace safety being a key priority for various industries, Samsun is pleased to be collaborating with partners like Vault to leverage our latest innovations to set the pace and create possibilities for Jurong Port.”