RealWear HMT-1 Scans Barcodes to Access RealTime IoT data, without the Use of Worker’s Hands
MacDonald Miller Field Techs Connect to Microsoft’s Massive HVAC Data with RealWear HMT-1 to Extract Insights and Boost Enterprise Productivity
There are 20,000,000 records scanned for a corporate campus the size of Microsoft’s smart campus. The Redmond behemoth is leveraging IoT in many ways. In this Microsoft IoT Show Channel 9 episode the host takes a visit to Microsoft’s secret innovation labs where the Microsoft Applied Innovation team of the Microsoft Digital Group tests and develops new IoT technologies for Smart Buildings.
Welcome to the Smart Campus Hands-Free Revolution
Jeremy Richmond of McDonald Miller gives a compelling demonstration of the power of hands-free computing with RealWear HMT-1. Jeremy works at a large design-build mechanical firm in the Pacific Northwest. McDonald-Miller has the largest contingent of service technicians out of any mechanical provider.
Jeremy demos an innovative solution developed with the Applied Innovation team and used for the maintenance of the HVAC systems across Microsoft’s Campus, integrating IoT sensors information and devices with Azure IoT and Dynamics 365 Connected Field Service.
McDonald Miller has 5,000 buildings in its portfolio, so efficiency is critical to its customers.
Whether you’re talking about the lighting sensor or another sensor, all the data gets analyzed, insights are extracted, and action is taken.
McDonald Miller is automating all of this activity and as part of resource scheduling is able deploy the right people based on their schedule and level of skills.