Augmented reality (AR) wearable manufacturer realwear announced the launch of a new product, calling it the world’s first commercial secure wearable device. This new wearable device is called hmt-1z1.
This means that hmt-1z1 can be used to assist the working environment even in areas where explosion hazards may exist. Hmt-1z1 enables the safe operation of electronic equipment in dangerous places by limiting electric energy or thermal energy, and will not cause explosive gas ignition even under the condition of equipment failure.
Hmt-1z1 is equipped with 2.0 GHz 8-core Qualcomm snapdragon 625 and Adreno 506 GPU chipset, with wearhf interface and 2GB memory Android 6.0.1 operating system. Hmt-1z1 supports 16GB internal storage and microSD slot. Provide 8-10 hours of battery life, 20 degree field of view, 1m fixed focus display, with a resolution of 854 × 480。
“With the release of hmt-1z1, now all workers, even those in hazardous areas, can make full use of special wearable devices to work freely and efficiently.” Co founder Andy Lowery said.
With the new hmt-1z1 wearable device, realwear enables workers in hazardous and high-risk areas to benefit from AR, which can bring great benefits to their work. At present, it is a global cooperation project with zhmar-1 chemical, a special additive company.
Hmt-1z1 is specially designed for hazardous areas, including petrochemical plants, pharmaceuticals, food (granary and sugar processing) and cosmetics manufacturing, all of which involve the processing of potentially explosive substances. Hmt-1z1 will bring great safety protection to workers. Hmt-1z1 uses include remote guidance, navigation, guidance workflow and IOT visualization of control system through video collaboration.