MILPITAS, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--RealWear, makers of the HMT-1, the first voice-driven, completely hands-free, head-mounted tablet for connected industrial workers, today announced CEO Andy Lowery will moderate the “Wearables, Big Data and the Internet of Things” panel at the Spring 2017 Enterprise Wearable Technology Summit (EWTS), the leading event focused on the use of wearable technology for industrial enterprise applications. The panel, comprised of distinguished analysts and industry professionals from companies including CDM Smith, Boeing, GE, and more, will focus on how wearable technology can enhance business processes. EWTS 2017 takes place May 10–12 in San Diego, CA.
“Innovations in wearable technology are currently transforming how work gets done across all industries,” said Andy Lowery, CEO, RealWear. “I look forward to leading the discussion on the emergence of wearable technology for the enterprise, the benefits it is delivering and the challenges that remain as wearables continue to become valuable assets for the 21st-century workforce.”
WHAT: Panel: “Wearables, Big Data, and the Internet of Things”
WHO: Moderator: Andy Lowery, CEO, RealWear
- Scott Aldridge, CDM
- Peter Chai, Brigham and Women’s Hospital
- Thomas Dawidczyk, Lux Research
- Brian Laughlin, Boeing
- Sam Murley, GE
PANEL DESCRIPTION: From video, still image and audio recordings to location-based information, machine readings, and (human) biometrics, wearables have the potential to generate and transmit loads of valuable data for the enterprise. In this group discussion, enterprises consider how wearable and other sensor data can be intelligently analyzed to enhance business processes. In addition to addressing the challenges of data collection, storage and analysis; the panel will take a broader look at how wearable technology fits into the larger web of IoT.
WHEN: Thursday, May 11, 2017 – 4:15pm
WHERE: Enterprise Wearable Technology Summit: The Westin Gaslamp Quarter, San Diego, 910 Broadway Circle, San Diego, CA, 92101
RealWear lets you free your hands with the HMT-1 head-mounted tablet designed for skilled technicians and engineers in field service, equipment inspection, maintenance, and complex manufacturing assembly. Its intuitive, hands-free interface allows voice control of existing Android tablet and smartphone apps. Intended for remote video collaboration, technical documentation, industrial IoT data visualization, assembly and maintenance instructions, and streamlined inspections, the HMT-1 is a safer, faster and smarter way for workers to get their jobs done in harsh and loud field and manufacturing environments. General availability of the HMT-1 will commence in July 2017.
For more information, please visit www.realwear.com.
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RealWear is a Silicon Valley company building the world’s first voice-powered, hands-free and fully rugged head-mounted tablet solution for connected industrial workers. Our team of seasoned executives and human factors experts hails from the ultra-rugged smartphone, smart glasses micro display and industrial augmented reality spaces. Together, we are engineering wearable hardware, software, cloud and AI solutions for enterprises in heavy industry. For more information, visit www.realwear.com.