Geekwire reported that in its monthly index of top 200 start-ups, RealWear jumped “a whopping” 50 points in its Geekwire 200 index for top Pacific Northwest start-ups.Vancouver, Wash.-based RealWear rose up a whopping 50 spots on our list to come in at number 113, as the effects of its $17 million funding round from February begin to take shape. RealWear makes an augmented reality hardhat designed for workers in extreme environments like oil and gas, utilities and manufacturing. The company’s $2,000 HMT-1 voice-controlled device provides remote video calling, document navigation, guided workflow, mobile forms and data visualization. RealWear has shipped units to more than 200 customers.
Aaron is the Head of Communications for RealWear.
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