Rombit’s IIoT Solutions Enable Operations And Safety Collaboration For Real-Time Risk Management

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Executive Summary

This report forms one in a series covering the connected worker solutions market. Founded in 2012 and headquartered in Antwerp, Belgium, Rombit offers customers in high-risk sectors – such as oil and gas, heavy manufacturing, ports, construction, and transportation and logistics – wearables and ultra-wideband (UWB)-based industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) solutions to optimize operations as well as worker safety. Its flagship Rombit ONE wearable and its Anchor UWB collect behavioural and geolocation data and communicate with the Rombit software platform to provide analytics for a wide range of use cases, such as lone worker support, collision avoidance, authentication, and driver behaviour. After receiving $25 million in funding, Rombit is focusing on further expanding into Europe and the Middle East, by increasing partnerships, especially with EHS and operational risk software providers. This will enhance the ability of firms in these regions to digitally transform their operations and risk management strategies using Rombit’s plug-and-play connected worker solutions. Industrial firms in high- and medium-risk industries, such as logistics warehouses and terminals, should consider shortlisting Rombit’s suite of wearable devices and software platform.

Table of contents

Rombit’s Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) Solutions Deliver Improved Worker Safety And Productivity 
Rombit’s Suite Of Hardware And Software Solutions Elevates Real-Time Risk Management Across Workers And Assets
Customers Seeking A Single Provider Of Wearable Solutions For Worker Safety And Resource Optimization Should Consider Rombit  

About the author

Henry Kirkman


Henry is an Analyst in the Verdantix Operational Excellence practice. His current research agenda focusses on connected worker solutions and technologies for industrial asset maintenance. Prior to joining Verdantix, Henry was completing his Masters degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Exeter. Here, he designed an innovative internal structure for a unmanned aerial vehicle used for offshore wind turbine inspections.

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