Google Glass is back from holidays
On July 18th, 2017 Google’s parent company Alphabet gave another life to Google glass. Google noticed that most of the enterprise companies are using Google glass by modifying its software according to their needs. Google glass is back with an enterprise edition along with hardware improvements. It looks similar to the earlier models but equipped with stellar hardware including a better processor, a high-end camera, built-in battery, WiFi support and an LED indicator for recording videos.
In 2015, Google used the term “Glasshole” for the individuals who behave inappropriately while using the Google Glass interface. Also, some people noticed that it has a recording camera with no light indicator that can record the video without informing the others. At that time, people thought Glass was dead.
Google glass is now helping the company workers in the field of logistic services, agriculture and health care. Google Glass fits into your workflow and helps you to remain focused on your work and provide high value work without any disturbance. A quick ‘OK Glass’ can activate the right application for you at any time. You can cccess training videos, image annotated with video and quality assurance checklist that helps the workers get their job done safely, quickly and robustly.
Many complex assembly components can now be done faster using Google Glass. Workers can see a to-do list and instructions for a specific task which makes their hands free to do the work easily and efficiently.
Doctors mentioned that they can now save their time spent on writing patient records by using Google Glass. Even complete history of a patient can be viewed with a simple gesture.
Google glass is back with more focus on enterprise segment to increase the productivity and streamline the process. For the last two years, Google is working with a variety of companies to incorporate the device across a broad spectrum of businesses. A refreshed Google Glass with better hardware is a phenominal step in the evolution of wearable computing.