Here are the Top 3 Challenges Facing Oil and Gas Companies and how RealWear’s HMT-1Z1 Can Save the Day
At AWE we just unveiled the HMT-1Z1 head-mounted ruggedized wearable computer, shipping June 15th of 2018. As you may have heard, the HMT-1Z1 is the only ATEX -Z1 / C1/DI intrinsically safe wearable computer in the world and supports the lowest common denominator of compliance for the Oil & Gas and Energy sectors.
Consequently, the device supports the top 3 challenges facing oil & gas:
1 – Supports knowledge transfer from “The Great Crew Change” and changes the nature of millennial training and the future of work.
2- Supports keeping workers safe with hands-free interface and supports scaled deployments in explosion risk environments.
3 – Reduces paper-based processes and real-time application access in the field.
The value of HMT-1Z1 as the Edge-based computing platform of the future is now readyFrom the EU, John Thurgood, RealWear’s UK, IE & Benelux Sales Executive and strategic account manager for many Oil and Gas customers, states, “The value of HMT-1Z1 as the Edge-based computing platform of the future is now ready. ” Thurgood continued: “This has been verified by some of the largest Oil & Gas customers in the field.
I am hearing similar feedback from the field. It is humbling to have such senior executives from Oil & Gas and Energy to share in the vision of the HMT and HMT-1Z1. These workers will be on an even playing with real-time technology at their fingertips. There is the flexibility to add different sensor packages. As such, the HMT-1 and HMT-1Z1, can be used as a flashlight via voice commands. There is an opportunity for each industry to set the standard for accessories and sensor packages. HMT-1Z1 can revolutionize how workers interface with data while performing their jobs.
Wearable Computing Momentum in Asia
For the next post, I will focus on what is happening in APAC, specifically China. I will share how China is working in concert with the USA to define the future of technology. Stay tuned.
To learn more please download our new white paper here on intrinsically safe wearable computing.