In this episode of CEOLIVE.TV we are joined again by Paul Travers, CEO of Vuzix, a leader in the Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality market.
To recap, in early 2015 Vuzix receive a $25 million investment from Intel Corp. They launched their market leading smart-glasses, the M100, a few years ago. These smart-glasses proved to be superior to google glass and many other competitors on several fronts.
Vuzix has shipped Smartglasses to roughly 40% of the Fortune 100 companies. DHL, who used Vuzix’ products, published a white-paper on augmented reality which highlighted the M100 and how DHL achieved a 25% increase in efficiencies using smartglasses and Augmented Reality warehouse applications.
Vuzix announced recently that they have added APX labs as well as Ubimax as the newest members to their Industrial Partner (VIP) program. APX labs has a host of leading companies as customers including boeing, GE, Tesla, Johnson and Johnson, Exxon Mobile and many others. Ubimax is a leading supplier for industrial wearable computing solutions.
The latest product in the AR industry has been anticipated since Vuzix started taking pre-orders for the M300 Smart Glasses in February. In preparation for the launch, Vuzix in March released an app development kit for the M300 glasses, allowing programmers to create unique applications that can be run on the M300 platform to meet a user’s specific needs.
Researchers at Gartner estimate that 40 million VR headsets will be sold worldwide by 2020.
VUZIX is currently partnered with top wearable computing solutions companies that will enable them to develop software for multiple enterprise applications.
To find out more about them please visit www.vuzix.com.
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