In this episode of CEOLIVE.TV we are joined again by Vuzix, a leader in the Augmented and Virtual Reality market which trades on the NASDAQ under ticker VUZI.
To recap, in early 2015 Vuzix receive a $25 million investment from Intel Corp.
They have shipped their Smartglasses to roughly 40% of Fortune 100 companies and DHL published a white-paper on augmented reality which highlighted the M100 and how it helped them achieve a 25% increase in efficiency.
Since we last spoke with Vuzix CEO Paul Travers they have announced 2017 financial results and a new development project for customized smart glasses for Toshiba.
Vuxix CEO, Paul Travers tells us a little bit more about the significance of some of these developments and updates us on the flagship M300 enterprise smart glasses.
To learn more about Vuzix, visit their website at www.vuzix.com.
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