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RealWear Launches World’s First Hands-Free, Voice-Controlled Thermal Camera

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VANCOUVER, WA–(BUSINESS WIRE)–

real wearPioneer of Assisted Reality Wearable Solutions for Frontline Industry Professionals and Trusted Supplier to 41 of the Fortune 100, Today Launches World’s First Completely Hands-Free, Voice-Controlled Thermal Camera Experience Did. By connecting a new RealWear infrared camera module, RealWear Navigator™ 500 Using headsets with built-in voice recognition, frontline workers can capture high-resolution visible spectrum images and various temperature and color modes to view mission-critical components such as pumps, pipes, wiring, and motors. Quickly identify temperature anomalies in industrial equipment.

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Industrial engineers use RealWear’s newly launched thermal camera module in the RealWear Navigator™ 500 headset. (Image: Business Wire)

“The RealWear Navigator head-mounted device, with its revolutionary modular design, continues to be the new gold standard in assisted reality, endorsed by Global 1000 companies.” Rama Oruganti, Chief Product Officer, RealWear “By combining Teledyne FLIR’s thermal expertise with best-in-class voice-activated wearables through RealWear’s Thermal by FLIR program, we are creating enhanced capabilities for today’s frontline workers. We are creating digital tools with

“As Honda’s XR wearable evangelist, the idea of ​​leveraging the RealWear Navigator 500’s modular design is pretty simple. It gives you three superpowers, like hands-free, fully voice-controlled thermals that instantly show your reliability team what you’re doing to deal with airlocks and ventilation leaks. Reliable engines and systems, high quality standards.”

Images can be viewed in real-time and, in the future, shared via Microsoft Teams, Zoom, Webex Expert on Demand, and more. Compatible with the Teledyne FLIR ecosystem, save, send and download images in a special radiometric JPEG format for use within FLIR Thermal Studio post-processing software for greater analysis and reporting options I can do it.

Dan Jarvis, senior director of business development at Teledyne FLIR, said: “RealWear Navigator 500 is currently the only hands-free system to incorporate our patented MSX technology, which overlays live edge details from visible cameras onto thermal images to provide critical information.”

Primary use cases for RealWear Navigator and thermal include electrical, mechanical, plumbing, and HVAC inspection, as well as initial installation preparation, process monitoring, or connected hands-free devices to provide flexibility, safety, and overall Includes line monitoring to increase operational efficiency and optimize plant production. Such as the process of an automobile assembly line.

“The long-term vision for artificial intelligence takes shape as we start connecting newly acquired data, such as thermal imagery, to the cloud and beyond,” continues Organti. “Industrial wearables are playing a big role in Industry 4.0 and we are proud to be part of the global movement.”

Starting today, the thermal camera module is available for pre-order through our authorized resellers. The new module he will ship in January 2023.

About Realware

As a pioneer in assistive reality wearable solutions, RealWear® is committed to engaging, empowering, and empowering modern frontline industrial workers to perform their work tasks more safely, efficiently, and accurately. increase. With support for over 65,000 devices, RealWear gives workers real-time access to information and expertise while keeping their hands and eyes free. Headquartered in Vancouver, Washington and used by 41 of the Fortune 100 companies, RealWear is proven across a wide range of industries with thousands of world-class customers including Shell, Goodyear, Mars, Colgate-Palmolive and BMW is.


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