Office Genie, an office search engine organisation, surveyed 1000 UK employees and found that 36% of employee respondents cite increased productivity as a benefit of using wearable technology in the workplace. This survey also found that 42% of respondents believe that stress monitoring
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An article on Machine Design.com under the section ‘industrial automation’, which postulates on the recent developments in IIoT which have brought about great potential for AR to revolutionise the manufacturing sector.
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The top 3 applications for Wearable technology and Augmented Reality in the Automotive Industry are discussed, in a recent guest article by Randy Nunez of The Ford Motor Company, that appeared on a blog post from BrainXchange (AREA Member).
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Announced this week, AREA member RealWear, makers of the HMT-1 which is the first voice-driven, hands free, head-mounted tablet, will moderate the Wearables, Big Data and the Internet of Things panel this year at the Spring 2017 EWTS event.
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This is the second in a series of four articles exploring expected developments in Augmented Reality in 2017.
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EPRI Report
Innovation in wearable technology continues to accelerate. Smart watch vendors are making so many announcements there are portals dedicated to helping customers sort through the details. There is also a portal to help customers compare the features of wearable displays for AR.
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The product page on the Pixavi website says that the Orbit X is lightweight, battery-operated, designed to be mounted at eye level and to transmit the “eyesight” of users in the field. The Orbit X streams 1080p video wirelessly from users in zone 1 hazardous area
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A scientific publication on ResearchGate.com describes several studies conducted by Philipp Rauschnabel, Alexander Brem and Bjoern Ivens on the direct and moderating effects of human personality on the awareness and innovation adoption of smart glasses.
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