Warning system for warehouses
23 January 2013
In an aim to decrease the risk of traffic related accidents in the workplace, Toyota Material Handling has introduced a new solution for warehouse safety with SpotMe, a warehouse warning system. It's designed to prote
SpotMe is built with infrared director sensitive sensors which detect the presence of forklifts and pedestrians at crossroads and alerts them.
Whenever a potential impact danger is spotted a warning unit starts to flash which helps to considerably reduce the danger of collision.
This accident prevention system is said to be userfriendly, easy to fix on the walls, with no set-up on fleet required and low maintenance needs. The warning unit can be either connected to a standalone battery or plugged into the mains.
Toyota SpotMe was developed to reduce the risk of accidents in warehouses where pedestrians and equipment interact. It also contributes to smoother traffic flow and as a consequence, the forklift drivers use less panic brakes, which helps to better preserve the forklifts during operations.