Elly Yates-Roberts |
Assisted reality technology provider RealWear has launched a new headset – RealWear Navigator 520 – for frontline workers that delivers greater efficiency and sharper displays via its redesigned viewing system HyperDisplay.
HyperDisplay offers a 20 per cent larger high-definition screen, an eye box that is five times larger, and improved eye relief.
“With the launch of RealWear Navigator 520 we’ve continued to put ourselves in the shoes of a modern frontline professional who wants to stay connected and empowered,” said Rama Oruganti, chief product officer at RealWear. “This product brings together a year of major improvements and innovations on the RealWear platform – devices, accessories, apps and cloud-based control. Today’s launch has set an even higher bar for a full stack enterprise-level wearable solution in the industrial wearables market.”
The launch builds on a series of product announcements including ‘HandsFree for Zoom’ and the launch of RealWear Cloud for streamlining large fleets of machines for IT and operations teams. RealWear also saw expanded device management for Android and two new personal protective equipment accessories for improved wearability.
“Our customers are focused on resiliency and retaining technical talent through an unprecedented labour and skills shortage and next wave of digital transformation,” said Oruganti. “Our device is a compelling offering for these moments where every minute of productivity and efficiency must count toward the bottom line.”