Proximity Warning System

There is no limit on the amount of operator tags one detection device can locate. Reach out to one of our knowledgeable representatives to see how many detection devices your facility needs.

The Proximity Warning System is ideal for:

  • Facilities that have tall racks, obstructing visibility for pedestrians and/or vehicle operators
  • Facilities that have large fleets of forklift trucks running at all times
  • Facilities with ramps that could cause driver visibility to be limited when traveling on the ramps
  • Facilities with vehicles being used inside and outside
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Adding Efficiency

An additional benefit of the Proximity Warning System is the ability to connect with garage-style facility doors and facility lights — operators don’t have to get out of the vehicle to open doors or turn on lights in a warehouse. The vehicle tags send a signal to the Electronic Operation Device (EOD) that opens the door or turns on a light automatically, no manual trigger needed!

Distance Can Be a Good Thing

Proximity Warning Tags can also be used as physical distancing reminders. Set the caution and warning zones to meet current CDC guidelines for social distancing. Audio and vibration alerts are triggered when two or more pedestrian tags enter the preset zones. All tags are programed with two preset zones, one for caution and one for warning when the safe distance parameter has been breached.

Module Design

Proximity Warning tags and devices can be added at any time and integrated with other OEA Safeguard devices like the Forklift Information System to monitor your fleets and store data in the cloud for reporting and real-time decision making.