The BOT 3000: New Methods, Solid Science
With competing standards, measurement methods and instruments, the forensics of slip claims has been on shaky ground.
The debate over standards can undercut the credibility of expert testimony. Further, given that two experts can sometimes get different measurements using the same instruments, objectivity seems suspect. Results simply shouldn’t rely on subjectivity and interpretation.
Enter the BOT 3000. It objectively measures the slip resistance of various surfaces, surface conditions and footwear types, independent of user inputs. It yields precisely repeatable results. Endorsed by the National Floor Safety Institute and ANSI compliant, use of the BOT 3000 is helping to resolve the standards debate.
This essential Lunch and Learn will introduce the BOT 3000 and the edge in decision-making it affords. Participants will experience firsthand the visceral, convincing impact that objective graphical data can have.
BOT 3000 Slip Meter tests static and dynamic friction for different types of footwear, including leather, synthetic rubber and bare feet.
The BOT 3000's objective evidence makes a visceral impact.