DigiGone® is collaborating with RealWear® to develop a robust, hands-free, voice-based AR headset that will seamlessly function in ultra low-bandwidth environments. This remote collaboration device enables the users to communicate with their peers while accessing a screen that is augmented about an arm’s length away in front of them.
“Imagine broken-down equipment at a worksite, which would typically require a technician or specialist to travel to the site,” said President Mike Dunleavy.
“With this solution, a crew member connects with a technician and manager, who sees what the crewmember is seeing and guides them through the repair. As well, the crew can share files, specs, or video through the video arm. What separates digiTech from other remote collaboration solutions is our ability to operate in ultra low-bandwidth environments. digiTech saves lives, protects customers’ ROI, and improves operational efficiency,” he added.
Just a little while ago, DigiGone had upgraded its transmission of high-definition video in ultra low-bandwidth ranges to enable engineers or technicians to remotely control the digiTech application. This allowed them to adjust settings or capture images without interacting at all with the wearer of the device.
Privacy and security are the foremost concerns of the company. As a part of its corporate policy, all digital assets and communication are secured through true end-to-end encryption. DigiGone takes it a step ahead by enabling clients to take total control of communication security by installing the secure communication server application on their own network.
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