December 4, 2020

Episode 260: Wearable technology that can help reduce workplace injury

How engineering technology can reduce the chances for injury in the workplace.

AZSCI 260 Wearable Technology UA student Melanie Grudinschi wears sensors to monitor her body movements.UA student Melanie
Smart Life in Motion (SLIM) Lab, UA Systems and Industrial Engineering

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Wearable Technology that can help reduce workplace injury

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Episode 260: University of Arizona systems and engineering professor Sol Lim

Government statistics showed almost 3 million workers suffered injuries or illness on the job last year. University of Arizona systems and engineering professor Sol Lim is developing wearable technology that can help people avoid injury and increase productivity in the workplace.

Sol Lim spoke with Leslie Tolbert, Ph. D Regents professor emerita in Neuroscience at the University of Arizona.

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