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Why the Logistics Industry is Going Hands-Free

The logistics industry has been thinking hands-free for years now. In my research for this blog post, I came across an article from 2007 on the use of voice headsets and arm-mounted computers in the warehouse. More recently, ABI Research found…
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Companies You Didn't Know Were Exploring Wearable Tech

Ever heard of a little company named Coca-Cola or stayed in a Marriott hotel? Are you a Citibank or Wells Fargo customer? Read how some of the world’s largest and best-known companies – companies whose products and services you may see or…
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What Can Industry Learn from Parks and Entertainment Use of Wearable Tech?

We know wearables, AR, and VR aren’t going away. These technologies will fundamentally change how we live and work, but the full extent to which they will do so is unknown—the applications could be limitless. Most companies are still trying…
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The Inevitable Rise of Google Glass 2.0

The use cases mentioned in Wired’s breaking story about Google Glass 2.0 are supreme examples of Google Glass’ success in the workplace. AGCO, Boeing, DHL and GE are certainly major companies validating the benefits of Glass to enterprise.…
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Body-worn Enterprise Wearables: Where's the Love?

Smart glasses, VR headsets and even smart (AR) helmets have been stealing the spotlight when it comes to enterprise wearables, which begs the question: Why haven't devices worn below the neck taken off in the workplace?Perhaps smart glasses…
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Smart glasses? It's all about perspective

Written by Special Guest Blogger Peter Verstraeten, CEO, ProceedixOriginally published as a white paper - See more papers and other resources by visiting the Resource Center of Proceedix's websiteSmart glasses can be defined as a wearable…
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Top Features of Smart Glasses: See-what-I-see Communication

What are the main features of smart glasses that make them so attractive to enterprises? Real enterprise organizations - both large and small - are seeing real benefits and improvements from the adoption of smart eyewear among their workforces.…
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Top Features of Smart Glasses: Hands-free Documentation

Google Glass was no hit with consumers: We know this, and we've made our peace with it. But what Google Glass did accomplish was to introduce professionals - from surgeons to first responders to construction contractors - to the seemingly endless…
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Wearables in Emergency Medicine: Interview with Dr. Peter Chai

Welcome to another exclusive interview with a top user of wearable technology in enterprise. From world-class physicians to industrial leaders, we give you insight into the experiences of those pioneering the use of wearables in the workplace--in…