10 High-Value Use Cases Of Connected Worker Solutions

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Executive Summary

The adoption of connected worker solutions has become a priority, as EHS and operations managers look to reduce hazards, increase productivity and meet financial goals. This report identifies 10 of the most high-value use cases of connected worker solutions, namely: digital work instructions, environmental hazard monitoring, augmented reality (AR) solutions, lone worker tracking, proximity detection, ergonomic wearables, vital signs monitoring, fatigue prediction, driver behaviour monitoring, and authentication. Corporate managers in EHS, operations and field service roles should use this report to identify potential connected worker use cases that can provide value for their organization. 

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Firms Adopt Connected Worker Solutions To Address Labour Shortages And Streamline Operations

Connected Worker Technologies Help Firms Improve Cash Flow Through Increased Productivity And Reduced Injuries


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Figure 1: Drivers Of Spend On Connected Worker Solutions
Figure 2: Connected Worker Solutions Market Forecast By Use Case (Software) 2021-2026
Figure 3: Ranking Of Use Cases For Connected Worker Solutions
Figure 4: Connected Worker Solutions Market Forecast By Use Case (Hardware) 2021-2026

About the authors

Henry Kirkman

Henry is an Analyst in the Verdantix Operational Excellence practice. His current research agenda focuses on connected worker solutions, technologies for industrial asset maintenance, and the industrial applications of AI, including generative AI and computer vision. Prior to joining Verdantix, Henry completed a Masters degree in Civil Engineering at the University of Exeter.

Malavika Tohani

Research Director, Operational Excellence
Malavika leads the Verdantix Operational Excellence practice. Her current research agenda focuses on digital technologies for Operational Excellence including digital twins and software solutions for industrial risk and asset management. Malavika has over 15 years’ experience in research and strategy consulting. Malavika previously worked at Frost & Sullivan, managing and delivering advisory projects for clients involving expansion, acquisition, benchmarking and product development strategies. Malavika holds a MSc in Economics from Madras School of Economics.

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