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Blackline Safety targets digital transformation, introduces new data science offering

Blackline Vision helps businesses leverage their investment into digital technologies to further improve operations, productivity and safety

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Calgary, Canada — Many leading businesses are initiating or already underway with enterprise-wide transformations that leverage the Internet of Things, connectivity and Big Data. Their investment into digital technologies aims to increase their competitiveness by using the right resources at the right time, enhancing overall quality and optimizing safety programs. Uniquely positioned with Internet of Things and employee-connected technologies, Blackline Safety (TSX.V: BLN) has launched Blackline Vision, a new data science offering to assist businesses with getting the most from their digital transformation.

“Working at the forefront of connected worker technologies, Blackline already provides our clients with a full situational overview of their operations,” said Sean Stinson, VP Sales and Product Management. “Our new Blackline Vision program goes even further, supporting digital transformation programs with custom reporting and dashboarding, through to complex integration with learning management systems, scheduling systems, weather data, project management software and much more.”

Blackline Vision bundles data science consulting with custom data design services and integration. Together, this new program helps businesses achieve a deeper understanding of their operations and safety programs, supporting data-driven decision-making. With Blackline Vision, businesses can:

  • Study movement patterns in order to optimize workflows
  • Deliver weather alerts to personnel who may face adverse conditions
  • Understand factors that affect productivity during intensive maintenance and construction projects
  • See how low-level gas levels in a facility correlate to recent shifts in process temperature and pressure
  • Understand the relationship between incidents and recency of employee training programs
  • Gain a more detailed view of regulatory compliance by factoring employee vacation and sick leave

Blackline Vision also provides clients with the opportunity to leverage the large volumes of data generated by Blackline’s G7 line of connected safety wearables. Each employee-worn monitor continuously streams data to the Blackline Safety Cloud, providing a full overview of distributed workforces, with the option of automating emergency response and evacuation management.

At the NSC2019 Congress and Expo that runs from September 9–11 in San Diego, Blackline will be showcasing its new Blackline Vision program alongside its free Blackline Analytics reporting for G7 wearables. Visit booth 3735 to meet Blackline’s in-house Data Science team to learn more about how Blackline Vision helps enterprises with their digital transformation projects.

Visit www.BlacklineSafety.com to learn more about Blackline Safety’s connected portfolio, and follow Blackline Safety on Twitter @BlacklineSafety.

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