This customizable wearable computer enhances crew safety, mitigates operational shut-downs, and reduces the need for travel. Both intrinsically safe and standard options are available.
FREMONT, CA: DigiGone recently partnered with RealWear to create a rugged, hands-free, voice-based AR headset that is easily deployable and purpose-built for ultra low-bandwidth environments. This remote collaboration solution allows users to share their views and communicate with others while also accessing a screen that is equivalent to holding a tablet at arms' length.
"Imagine broken-down equipment at a worksite, which would typically require a technician or specialist to travel to the site," President Mike Dunleavy explains. "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."
DigiGone recently upgraded its transmission of high-definition video in ultra low-bandwidth ranges and the ability to remotely control the DigiTech application. This allows remote engineers or technicians to adjust settings or capture images without interacting with the wearer.
DigiGone values privacy and security above all. As part of their corporate policy, clients' digital assets and communication are secured through proper end-to-end encryption. DigiGone offers customers the option to install their secure communication server application on their network, giving them total control of communication security.