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What kind of prevention you do, disruptive or incremental?

There are two kinds of innovation, incremental and disruptive one. Incremental innovation improves a product within some limits more or less expected but doesn’t change a sector or market. Disruptive one introduces some values that exceed unexpectedly the established system of the sector, leaving it obsolete and threatening its existence. Extending the plane view, these
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Robots and drones: new allies in the world of health and safety

Weeks ago, appeared the news about the use of a robot, ROBINSPECT  to inspect tunnels and their deficiencies. It’s obvious that advances in robotics become important for prevention and risk elimination at their source. There are many useful examples that have demonstrated the improvement that means the presence of robots, as articulated arms in repetitive
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