If you should ever find yourself walking in the dark, be it to take the dog for a walk, to get some exercise, or simply because you left your destination a little later than planned, taking the most responsible precaution for your safety is of paramount importance.
In many areas, street lights are built using IIOT and specialist technology so that they may adapt to weather conditions and lighting. By walking in built up areas with regularly placed street lighting you, you are more likely to not only feel safer, but also be seen by other people.
In addition to taking routes that you know are frequented by other people, as well as decorated with houses and pedestrianised roads, wearing the appropriate clothing for the weather conditions is also of paramount importance for your safety. If you are walking in the dark, you will want to consider wearing reflective clothing that is warm enough for the weather conditions you will be walking in. Reflective clothing not only helps you be spotted by other pedestrians, it also provides motorists with a better chance of seeing you, should you need to cross a road, or even hail for help. Further to this, reflective clothing is often made specifically for outdoor use, and therefore commonly made of thermal material that will keep you warm enough when travelling during the cooler months.
Although walking in the dark can often not be helped, it is always advisable to take appropriate precautions. By investing in “mini” products that are small enough to fit inside a handbag, or large pockets, you can ensure you have these essential items whenever necessary. Flash lights and rain coats are just some of the products that can fold up to fit inside small pockets, and are consequently light enough in weight to be carried on long distance travels.
Many of the technologies we use and walk passed each and every day use IIOT, and it is such technology that improves the efficiency of our day to day tasks, as well as the safety of them.