Technology – Man’s best friend for fewer accidents
Today, technology is everywhere. We use smart alarms, connected fire detectors, digital locks and health devices to avoid accidents and to feel safer. So far, we have only looked at the door to the possibilities that technology in human service can offer.
Join us on the journey where digitization and technology make us feel safer and actually safer. Today we are exploring exciting examples of how technology development is opposed to certain concerns, not at the expense of man. In what ways can it help us to help each other and ourselves?
Technology today can help reduce accidents and increase security in society when we use it in human service. There are also major positive socio-economic gains in avoiding accidents that result in injuries and sometimes even in deaths. To reduce the number of injured and killed, for example in fires and falls, the technology is needed as a tool. These accidents hit thousands of people annually and the goal of MSB, the National Board of Health and Welfare, is to reduce them considerably.
On January 16, decision makers from private and public organizations, researchers and innovators gather to discuss these issues. Take care to meet players from other areas with the same interests of exchanging experiences with and the opportunity to connect valuable contacts.
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