Safety Shield Global in Winsford gets royal seal of approval

A thriving Winsford tech firm which uses artificial intelligence (AI) to save lives on construction sites has been given a royal pat on the back.

Safety Shield Global, based on Winsford Industrial Estate, uses specialised AI cameras mounted on heavy plant machinery such as excavators, bulldozers, and cranes, to detect humans who enter their danger zone. When a human gets too close, either the driver is alerted, or the machine stops automatically.

On Monday, May 6, the firm was awarded a prestigious King’s Award for Enterprise, in the Innovation category, which Jonathan described as ‘deeply humbling’.

Safety Shield has created more than 70 high-quality jobs in Winsford, with some its developers on top-end salaries.

For the full story, see Northwich Guardian

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