Worker Injury

A worker is injured every 7 seconds with estimated costs of $60 Billion a year.

Examining your workforce to assess injury probability is an important step in maintaining worker health. However, there are many obstacles and difficulties with current industry practices.

When developing our cutting edge solution, we examined the complications of existing methods and researched how to solve these issues using cutting edge technology.

Inherent Issues When Measuring The Risk For Musculoskeletal Injuries:

Requires Knowledge

Reducing the risk for musculoskeletal injuries requires extensive knowledge about ergonomics


Ergonomic risk assessment tools are inaccurate because ergonomists recognize objective AI evaluation is critical to broadly address the impact of worker risk

Labor Intensive

The subjective observation of a worker posture and movement is labor intensive and involves manual data workload that's overwhelming.

(U.S. National Institute for Occupational Safety & Health “NIOSH”)

Limitations Of Current Ergonomic Measurement Methods

Method 1:
Static Photographs & Video Stills

  • Static tools limit intuitive analysis
  • Error-prone: Subjectivity between observers
  • Manual data entry
    and unsearchable analytics
  • Slow processing time

Method 2:
Wearable Sensors

  • Some sensors fail in industrial environments
    (magnetic interference)
  • Can alter natural movement patterns
  • Potentially disruptive to production
  • High cost
  • Visual context lost in data streams

Inseer's game-changing solution:

Point a Camera & Go!

Simply record a short video with a smartphone, tablet, IP camera, or any other camera.

Inseer's software prepares professional ergonomics assessment reports automatically without any infrastructure upgrade needed.

Data-driven knowledge that empowers traditional ergonomic tools with automation, objectivity, comparisons in real time.