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About Flannery Plant Hire

Flannery Plant Hire operates as a manufacturer and supplier of construction machinery. It offers dump trucks, browsers, dozers, excavators, rollers, motor graders, and more. The company was founded in 1972 and is based in Middlesex, United Kingdom.

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Flannery House, Third Way, Wembley

Middlesex, England, HA9 0RZ,

United Kingdom

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Flannery Plant Hire Patents

Flannery Plant Hire has filed 2 patents.

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Architectural elements, Fluid dynamics, Mechanical engineering, Sustainable building, Building engineering


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Architectural elements, Fluid dynamics, Mechanical engineering, Sustainable building, Building engineering



Latest Flannery Plant Hire News

Flannery rolls out Spillard's all-seeing eye

Apr 24, 2023

8 minutes Flannery Plant Hire is rolling out the retrofit of anti-collision and machine monitoring technology on its earthmoving fleet. The system set sup a virtual exclusion zone around a live machine Flannery has been supporting the development of the SpillardLive safety system and has now signed off on it being fitted to 180 of its earthmoving machines. The technology has cameras inside and out, not only to detect if anyone has strayed too close to the working area but also to keep an eye on the operator to see if they are having a crafty fag or on the phone. The cloud-based platform captures and streams real time video and analytics simultaneously from multiple cameras. It has been developed and tailored by Spillard Safety Systems in collaboration with Flannery to have the maximum impact, with feedback on trials being fed into enhancing the system. Flannery has more than 5,000 machines in its fleet and is looking to roll out the technology further over the next three years. Spillard and Flannery have been working together since 2009 and continue to collaborate with operators to fine-tune the human detection system to identify any behavioural changes. These could be if an operator is showing signs of fatigue, if somebody is smoking or using their phone while operating the machine, or even if a driver isn’t present in the vehicle while it is on or meant to be operational, the companies said. Flannery director Patrick Flannery said: “The safety of our operators and those of our clients using our vehicles is paramount, which is why we’ve entered into this agreement with Spillard to incorporate ‘SpillardLive’ onto 180 of our vehicles and equipment. “Initial results have been very encouraging; we’ve already been able to reduce the number of plant people interface (PPI) risks on sites, as well as identifying lots of ways we can train our staff to be better and safer, especially in human detection whilst operating the vehicles.” Pete Spillard, managing director of Spillard Safety Systems, said: “SpillardLive has been proven to increase the safety of machine operators and other members of staff on or around the site and is fast progressing into a valuable business information system when the client is looking to upskill employees and achieve greater productivity. “When the ignition is switched on, these cameras can virtually map out a five-metre ‘red zone’, a further away ‘amber zone’ and a ‘green zone’ that indicates a safe distance. The data for that machine can be accessed from our platform and the live journey of that vehicle can be checked. “This system means that a machine can track patterns and help highlight where changes need to be made on site. For example, a machine could detect that a person has encroached into the dedicated ‘red zone’ around 50 times at around three o’clock each day. “This data would then go to an appointed person who would see a clear pattern forming and be able to change site parameters to accommodate the need to enter that area at that time of day.” Got a story? Email Latest News

Flannery Plant Hire Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Flannery Plant Hire founded?

    Flannery Plant Hire was founded in 1972.

  • Where is Flannery Plant Hire's headquarters?

    Flannery Plant Hire's headquarters is located at Flannery House, Third Way, Wembley, Middlesex.

  • Who are Flannery Plant Hire's competitors?

    Competitors of Flannery Plant Hire include Apex Plant Group and 4 more.

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