Compilation of smart wearables: glasses, scanner and watch

Wearables for industrial use cases

We support the integration three classes of wearables: smart glasses, smartwatches, and smart scanners.

Why wearables?

Portable computing devices have a long history dating back to the 80s. But it took until 2013 to develop head-mounted displays (HMDs), that meet today’s requirements for productive industrial use. In addition to tablets and smartphones, we also support and integrate three classes of wearables: smart glasses, smartwatches, smart scanners, or confirmation devices.

By integrating the industry’s widest range of wearables, our customers will always find the most suitable device for their jobs. Therefore, they get the industry-standard future-proof solution. Our customers can deploy mixed infrastructure combining different devices or change the implementation and all this through an integrated graphical user interface (GUI).

Smart glasses

  • Microsoft HoloLens 2

    The HoloLens 2 is the second generation of Microsoft's mixed reality glasses and was introduced in February 2019. In addition to improved hardware, the binocular smart glasses offer a 2k screen resolution per eye, a flip-up display and an extensively expanded gesture recognition, offering users a significantly greater degree of interaction possibilities.

  • RealWear HMT-1

    The RealWear HMT-1, from RealWear Inc., is a head mounted device that provides an easily adjustable display, highly accurate and sensitive voice recognition, and durability. The HMT-1 is made for industrial purposes, meant to be dust and water resistant (IP66). The clear and large display is flexible and can be manipulated to best fit the viewer and task. This rugged device, helps workers to work completely hands free, with only voice recognition activation.

  • RealWear Navigator 500/520

    The RealWear Navigator 500 is built to engage, empower, and elevate the modern frontline worker. Therefore, it is designed to be rugged, dust tight, and water resistant (IP66) while also supporting challenging work environments including extreme heat up to 50°C / 122°F. The RealWear Navigator 500, running on Android 11 OS, utilizes a modular 48MP camera sensor that works in low light settings and a 2.600 mAh hot-swappable battery for full shift use.

  • Rokid Glass 2

    Rokid Glass 2 is a foldable monocular AR headset that offers a lightweight design, high-resolution display, and reliable performance on a variety of tasks. The hands-free voice control interface and robust extensions for use with existing mobile devices make it more versatile. It also offers a standard temperature detection function that can detect for example the temperatures of 200 people within 1 minute from 3 meters.

  • Rokid X-Craft

    X-Craft is one of the few ATEX Zone 1 certified explosion-proof AR headbands in the market. It is equipped with a 5G module. Its compatibility with safety helmets and hard hats supports the design specifically for complex and high-risk environments such as oil & gas, electric power, aviation, rail transport, and many other industries.

  • Vuzix M400

    The Vuzix M400 comes with a HD camera (with auto focus), a full color display and integrated voice navigation. It has a 64 GB memory and is easily connectable to WiFi and bluetooth devices. Furthermore, the smart glasses are ergonomically designed, rugged, very light (140g) and wearable with any helmet.

  • Vuzix M4000

    The Vuzix M4000 is equipped with a see-through heads-up display giving the user total visibility of the environment. The lightweight design guarantees comfortable usage for a whole workday. The M4000 is powered by a 750 mAh IP67 certified USB-C battery with a 3-level LED indicator that can be extended with a 3350 mAh power bank ensuring continuous support for a whole work shift. It has a 64 GB memory and is easily connectable to Wi-Fi and Bluetooth devices for a truly connected workforce.

  • Zebra HD4000 with TC57

    The Zebra HD4000 is designed to be ruggedized while also offering the comforts of a lightweight device. The device has different customization options to accommodate the eyes. It weighs only 30g and is dust tight as well as water resistant (IP67). Connected to an android mobile computer that also functions as the battery for the glasses, the Zebra HD4000 offers similar controls to common handheld devices while also supporting voice commands using the built-in microphone.

  • Moziware Cimo

    Moziware Cimo is a voice-activated smart glasses device from Moziware that are lightweight, compact and fit in a pocket. It is dustproof and IP66 water-resistant. Cimo has two high-resolution HDR cameras to provide enhanced visibility and perspective. Equipped with fingerprint scanning for added security and laser pointer for easy hands-free operations.

Smart scanners    

  • Partitalia Discovery Mini UHF Reader

    This UHF reader offers very compact dimensions, like a commercial smart watch. It is equipped with a 300mAh battery that supports seven hours of continuous reading or 6,000 readings in polling mode. The device is connected via Bluetooth, uses wireless charging, and has a reading distance of up to 50 cm.

  • Zebra RS5100

    The Zebra RS5100 ring scanner can be equipped with a 480 or 735 mAh Li-Ion battery and weights 70g. It is connected via Bluetooth to the host device, while being able to read 1D, 2D, and OCR codes. The device offers many wearing options for left and right-handed users. Its rugged, modern, and small design is built for industrial environments while also being equally suited for customer facing areas.

  • ProGlove Mark 2

    The Mark 2 is positioned on the back of the hand using a variety of standard and finger free gloves. At 40g total weigh and a size of 50 x 45 x 16 mm (1.47 x 1.77 x 0.63 in) the wearer can easily fit parts in narrow spaces. The device is powered by long-lasting 670 mAh Lithium polymer battery and gives feedback via sound, vibration and illumination of the LEDs to minimize errors.

  • Zebra RS507/07x

    Zebra’s finger scanner, the RS507, is attached to the index and middle finger with an adaptable hard rubber base. Scanning processes are started by a thumb button on the side of the scanner, whereby the built-in pivot bearing allows for both-handed use. The 970 mAh lithium-ion battery offers 20 full hours of operating time at approximately 15 scans per minute.

  • Zebra RS6000

    This ring scanner has a rugged design for workings in warehousing and manufacturing. The RS6000 has programable LED lights enabling instant visual feedback to tasks resulting in faster processes on the shopfloor. One charge of the built in PowerPrecision+ battery supports up to 70,000 scans.

Smart Glasses Guide

Our Smart Glasses Guide provides you with valuable information about AR glasses and their differences.

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