The RealWear assisted reality devices are equipped with a high-definition camera for capturing photos and videos in hard-to-reach places like tunnels, towers, or behind large machinery and equipment. Frontline workers can leverage the devices for hands-free verification and visual documentation.
Frontline workers risk serious injury by carrying bulky cameras. With their hands occupied or without balance, they’re unable to respond to rapid changes in their environment.
Workers can easily take pictures of procedures hands-free with a few simple voice commands, even in loud environments.
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Visual inspections by fellow engineers do not include photographs. Often, the only evidence of a job inspection is a few notes in a logbook.
Engineers and inspectors can quickly take photos of every part of a job inspection while performing the task at hand.
Workers won’t always have the right expertise or experience in a given situation and may need help interpreting what they see. Any delays in identifying problems can escalate costs and downtime.
Workers can easily take pictures, capture and share video for interpretation by experienced workers at headquarters. They can get the help they need to identify problems in no time, as compared to potentially expensive trial and error.
Visual assist industrial use cases
- Compliance with government and corporate mandates
- Safety inspections substantiation
- Quality assurance
- Validation for correct procedures
- Verification of work conducted
- On-demand training
- Insurance claims
Capture photos and videos hands-free with simple voice commands. Say what you see (“take photo”, “photo preview,” “zoom level.”)
Review new and recent captured files quickly and easily.
Full control of camera settings including resolution, field of view, aspect ratio and more.
Adjust the camera to work in a wide range of lighting conditions.