The new version of the headset has already been used in trials with a number of business customers, the team announced today, with a revamped version of the hardware and a new focus on making manufacturing, project management, and other enterprise tasks more productive.
Alphabet X team was working with enterprise clients on a more targeted implementation for a wearable. Such an audience, it turned out, could see value in a device that fell between traditional rugged handhelds and a new breed of augmented reality visors. In contrast, Glass Enterprise Edition – or Glass EE.
Enterprise include hovering animated instruction manuals and guides in the eyeline of GE Aviation mechanics, project lead Jay Kothari writes today. The company estimates efficiency has risen 8- 12-percent by allowing workers to ignore the traditional binders of instructions, while simultaneously cutting down on errors.