Connected Workers in the Information Age

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RealWear Jumpstarts Connected Worker Programs

BIC Magazine reports how to leverage technology to enhance training through knowledge transfer for Connected Worker programs.  

“Skills training and information retention processes are changing quickly, and two notable technologies driving this change are virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR).”

The article discusses how RealWear is a “knowledge transfer company,” and the developer of the HMT-1.  

Wearable technologies could create an important digital link between the workforce and machinery.

“We are in the middle of a digital transformation in industry. Machines are becoming increasingly connected to the plants, and the last mile is connecting the people and the plant,” said Cohen. “We believe that people are critical for the future of the industry. We believe that technology’s purpose is to empower humans to reach full potential.”


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