Gone are the days when wearable technology was once considered as the domain of professional athletes and keep-fit enthusiasts. It has evolved and penetrated mainstream consumer market to not only monitor health performance but also safety as well.
Post 2005 after the work at height rules had been proposed and implemented in the U.K construction industry (2 metre) – a pragmatic turnaround was further proposed and brought into action via independent evaluation. Prior to 2005, before the rule was in place, the Work at Height study included a number of key industries.
What mattered in success was the amount of impact made by hammer and the angle at which it was being applied, which translated into the possession of skill. All the one dozen highly experienced foreign experts wanted to learn that skill, but there was no language/procedure to teach them at the hands of the skilled technician.
With the help of nanotechnology, a race has begun throughout the world to reduce the size, weight, appearance, and some other properties of the products. Nanotechnology is a relatively new science that connects physics, chemistry and biotechnology together.