The joining of forces comes at a time when site safety specialist SMIE has cited a commitment to extending its technologies and solutions to support not only lift management but the entire building process. The merger with technology expert Smart Jobsite will enable SMIE to further develop its existing systems and create new products. The support of Smart Jobsite’s advanced solutions will facilitate more effective management, monitoring, and reporting.
Jean-Louis Olivier the inventor of crane anti-collision systems began SMIE’s journey 43 years ago. Since then, SMIE has become an internationallyrenowned anti-collision specialist, recently introducing enhancements to its highly successful ProSITE system to incorporate Wi-Fi communications technologies to minimise downtime.
Smart Jobsite, also based in France, is dedicated to developing easy-to-use, reliable, and affordable solutions to simplify the construction industry and create platforms that enable site managers to plan, manage and report through a single interface. Keeping all jobsite data together in one place, Smart Jobsite’s products include the Smart Shackle load measuring system which delivers kilogram accurate data directly to a smartphone.
The merger of the two companies is expected to enable customers of both organisations to benefit from a wider set of features, new technologies, and truly revolutionary ideas that will address common concerns of site
management teams and offer effective solutions to work site challenges.
To find out more about SMIE, visit www.smie.com