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Label Printing ➝

Modernized label printing tools to help your operations keep up with ever changing demands and regulations – all in one powerful software package.

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Asset tracking software for monitoring equipment and assets. Optimize usage, locate tools faster, and improve efficiency with our RFID applications.

MarkMagic ➝

Relied on by thousands of customers worldwide, MarkMagic solves barcoding, labeling and forms design and printing challenges. Modernize the way you manage and print your documents with MarkMagic.​ Design and print your forms, labels, barcodes, and RFID tags from one powerful software package.

Why MarkMagic?

MarkMagic is the chosen enterprise barcode label and form printing engine for major WMS products, ERP systems, 3PLs, and teams around the world.

EdgeMicro ➝

A simple RFID starter solution that solves common issues in logistical and inventory management. Ideal for lower scale needs, smaller environments, or proof of concept RFID projects. Deploy RFID into your supply chain without big investments or customizations.

RFID Starter Solution

EdgeMicro is easy to use, easy to implement, and brings immediate results to your operation without heavy investments in time, effor, and capital.

Edgefinity IoT ➝

Edgefinity IoT is an RFID software application built for organizations looking to gain visibility across large industrial environments. Whether you need to track large amounts of inventory, locate misplaced equipment, or ensure the safety of your employees, Edgefinity IoT lets you quickly deploy advanced, industrial strength tracking capabilities.

Enterprise RFID

Edgefinity IoT is an application that combines RFID with tracking technology and gives users the ability to track assets, locate inventory, and monitor employees.

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For the warehouse, retail floor, in transit, and beyond - We offer the latest hardware products that work with our software applications from brands such as Alien, Brother, Zebra, Bixolon, SATO, Xerafy, and many others.

RFID Tunnel

CYBRA’s RFID tunnel is a 99.99% accurate carton validation solution for conveyor belts. Built for distributors looking to improve shipping accuracy.

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The 4 Biggest Risks Facing Lone Workers

There are numerous risks facing lone workers. How do you keep your lone workers safe?

The International Data Corporation (IDC) estimates that approximately 1.3 billion people around the world work in remote areas. A staggering number when considering the logistics of tracking employee safety, location, and status.

The hazards facing your workers become exponentially more dangerous when they are on their own. health emergencies and falls, for example, can turn into fatalities. A dangerous fall is the most common type of hazard facing most workers in industrial environments. There were over 7,500 fall related OSHA violations in 2017 alone. By far the most cited safety violation.

Why are lone workers more at risk to suffer fatal injuries? Because lone workers are, well, alone.  “Organizations need to understand that special protocols must be in place to make sure lone workers are being looked after”, says Ben Jakubovic, CPP, PSP, CYBRA’s Safety and Security Solutions Architect.

If you’re alone, and you have a heart attack, who’s going to call for help? You can have one of those panic button badges that can alert security or call 911, but what if you fell, bumped your head, and now you’re unconscious? That’s why something like Edgefinity IoT is so vital to companies with workers in potentially hazardous environments. It doesn’t just track a button. It tracks movement, environmental situations, and the health status of your workers.

Here are the 4 biggest risks facing lone workers, and how Edgefinity IoT can help.

1. Dangerous Falls

Risks facing lone workers include sudden, dangerous falls.Over a third of fatal falls recorded by OSHA occur at a height of just 15 feet or less. How often are your lone workers subjected to ladders, platforms, or scaffolds?

As mentioned previously, A fall can turn fatal if help is not dispatched immediately. If the worker is knocked out or concussed, they won’t be able to call for help. Using security cameras doesn’t typically help with lone workers, as it is financially unfeasible to have cameras at every single turn.

How Edgefinity IoT Can Help

By being able to sense movement, or lack thereof, Edgefinity IoT can tell if someone has suddenly stopped moving. Using highly accurate RFID tag sensors, Edgefinity IoT can also tell the difference between a small slip, and a potentially fatal fall.

As soon as anything potentially dangerous happens, Edgefinity IoT can send emails, texts, phone calls, and push notifications. Everything Edgefinity IoT does is in real time – updates are made constantly.

Lone worker safety infographic

2. Health Emergencies

Risks facing lone workers include on the job health emergencies such as heart attacks or strokes are not uncommon for employees working in industrial environments. And, they are often increased in high stress, physically demanding environments. Health emergencies, like falls, are exponentially dangerous for lone workers because if they occur, it is unlikely a fellow employee will pass by.

According to the US Department of Labor, There are 220,000 victims of sudden cardiac arrest per year in the United States; about 10,000 sudden cardiac arrests occur at work. Waiting for the arrival of emergency medical system personnel results in only 5-7% survival.

How Edgefinity IoT Can Help

Like dangerous falls, if a lone worker has collapsed due to a health emergency, Edgefinity IoT can detect the lack of movement. However, if the worker has not lost consciousness, the lone worker may desire contacting safety personnel to articulate what is wrong. With a simple panic button built into an ID badge, lone workers can send emergency signals to safety personnel.

Download the full lone worker safety webinar here.

3. Workplace Violence

Risks facing lone workers include workplace violence.Workplace violence has become an increasingly important safety and security issue for many organizations.

According to the National Safety Council, ​Every year, 2 million American workers report having been victims of workplace violence. In 2014, 409 people were fatally injured in work-related attacks, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. That’s about 16% of the 4,821 workplace deaths that year.

How Edgefinity IoT Can Help

A number of variables need to be taken into account when there is a workplace violence situation. As mentioned, a subtle panic button press is all it takes to notify your Edgefinity IoT system, which kicks off necessary reactions.

What really separates Edgefinity IoT from other safety systems is just how interactive the system can be. If, for example, there is an active shooter on the premise, one panic button press can automatically lock doors, stop elevators, and call 911 immediately.

4. Fires & Explosions

According to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), approximately 37,000 fires occur each year in industrial environments. In the event of a fire, or explosion in a remote location, how would a lone worker be able to handle it? The need to dispatch safety is vital to safe lives and mitigate damage. According to the same report by the NFPA, over $1 billion in damage from fires and explosions occur each year in industrial environments. These dangerous fires and explosions account for an average of 279 injuries and 18 deaths per year.

How Edgefinity IoT Can Help

Edgefinity IoT can help prevent fires and explosions, and also help mitigate disaster if and when one happens. Edgefinity IoT can connect to an organization’s core systems to turn on sprinklers, turn off gas lines, or power down machinery. Even before an incident has occurred, Edgefinity IoT can send out warnings if there are danger signs happening, such as a room becoming hot, or a turbine going too fast. And, as mentioned before, Edgefinity IoT can send messages to safety and security personnel, or 911, to ensure help is on its way immediately.

In short, Edgefinity IoT can help prevent fires and explosions, and help mitigate injury and loss of life if and when it happens.


Deploy CYBRA’s Edgefinity IoT to monitor employees, and prevent the most common risks facing lone workers. Ensure lone workers are safe and on task from your phone or tablet. With Edgefinity IoT, you can receive alerts when workers are in danger, in unapproved areas, or using unauthorized equipment. Request a free demo today.