ON-DEMAND WEBINAR
How Technology is Changing the Industrial Hygiene Profession


Industrial hygiene equipment manufacturers are developing better sensor technology and incorporating its data with geo tracking devices to provide real-time intelligence, improving efficiencies by days and even weeks! These benefits have been widely demonstrated, and now implemented, in a variety of industries around the world. This has many IH professionals asking, "Could these technologies eventually replace us?"

The question is reasonable to ask since big data, artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) are leading research topics and have resulted in the expansion of the field of data science. The U.S Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts the data science profession will continue to grow nearly 30% through 2026. This growth puts the IH profession at a critical crossroad. IH professionals need to adapt and innovate or risk losing control of their future.

During this 60-minute webinar, attendees learned about the technologies that are changing the field and how they will largely impact the future. VelocityEHS Principal Solutions Strategist, Dave Risi, CIH, CSP, provided a baseline of understanding of these technologies and recommended how you can play a critical role to ensure their proper adoption and use.

Attendees learned:

  • the latest technologies that equipment manufacturers are utilizing to simplify and streamline air monitoring efforts.
  • the definition of big data, artificial intelligence, and machine learning and how they are impacting roles in industrial hygiene.
  • examples of how these new technologies are being used.
  • simple methods that can be applied to help deploy and manage these technologies in industrial hygiene.

Learn about the latest technology in the IH profession!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ON-DEMAND WEBINAR
How Technology is Changing the Industrial Hygiene Profession


Industrial hygiene equipment manufacturers are developing better sensor technology and incorporating its data with geo tracking devices to provide real-time intelligence, improving efficiencies by days and even weeks! These benefits have been widely demonstrated, and now implemented, in a variety of industries around the world. This has many IH professionals asking, "Could these technologies eventually replace us?"

The question is reasonable to ask since big data, artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) are leading research topics and have resulted in the expansion of the field of data science. The U.S Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts the data science profession will continue to grow nearly 30% through 2026. This growth puts the IH profession at a critical crossroad. IH professionals need to adapt and innovate or risk losing control of their future.

During this 60-minute webinar, attendees learned about the technologies that are changing the field and how they will largely impact the future. VelocityEHS Principal Solutions Strategist, Dave Risi, CIH, CSP, provided a baseline of understanding of these technologies and recommended how you can play a critical role to ensure their proper adoption and use.

Attendees learned:

  • the latest technologies that equipment manufacturers are utilizing to simplify and streamline air monitoring efforts.
  • the definition of big data, artificial intelligence, and machine learning and how they are impacting roles in industrial hygiene.
  • examples of how these new technologies are being used.
  • simple methods that can be applied to help deploy and manage these technologies in industrial hygiene.

Learn about the latest technology in the IH profession!