…knowing where an accident happens on site, the moment it happens, from head office.

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Head Office

Smarthub constantly receives data from all workplaces.


Supervisors receive information on a number of aspects of their workplace.

Driver ID

Drivers are monitored for consistent performance and individual training requirements are identified automatically.


Collisions and near misses are reported to supervisors, colleagues and head office instantly, providing a report of incident specifics.


Forklifts and carrying vehicles are monitored to ensure they stay within safe load limits. Ground staff and supervisors are alerted if parameters are broken.



Battery Status

Charge levels are monitored constantly, reporting to supervisors and head office which vehicles are using the most power at certain times. This allows supervisors to plan vehicle use for maximum efficiency.


Even today, there are a significant number of accidents on worksites involving heavy machinery. We can help avoid this and also improve vehicle efficiency and best practise by retrofitting our devices to existing site vehicles. These can monitor the weight of a load, proximity to other vehicles, collision data, tilt angle, driver ID, and battery status amongst others. 

For example, if a forklift truck driver drops a pallet, an alert can be sent automatically via EveryWare devices to alert the site supervisor and Head Office. They can then send a message directly to the drivers of every other forklift in operation alerting them to avoid the area to prevent a more serious incident.

Operators themselves can also alert colleagues to hazards by using EveryWare technology. Combining valuable operator experience with communications technology creates a living “safety mesh” and also promotes a safety culture around the site, as workers feel responsible to look out for hazards since they are now more involved.
By monitoring individual drivers, EveryWare is able to feed back to supervisors and Head Office which drivers are the most reliable or which drivers need more training, saving supervisors time and companies money as they no longer have to spend as much resource on manual assessment.


  • Money saved on driver training
  • Money saved on vehicle maintenance 
  • Money saved through accident prevention and response
  • Money and manpower saved through virtual – rather than manual – assessment
  • Efficiency and reliability
  • Meets legislation