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EWTS and Gastech Highlight RealWear's Connected Worker Updates in Issue #24

Real-world experience is the spark that ignites every bold innovation. And one of the easiest ways to

RealWear Updates and Industry News

September 5 · Issue #24 · View online
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Real-world experience is the spark that ignites every bold innovation. And one of the easiest ways to experience RealWear solutions is to attend one of our many events around the world.

If you’ve never tried an HMT-1 for yourself, we have two big events coming up in September. Now is your chance:

  • Join RealWear at Booth 314 for EWTS in Dallas.
  • Visit RealWear at Gastech in Houston, Booth Q145.

We’re always humbled by the attention we receive at events like EWTS and Gastech. But for more and more people, this is just the beginning of their RealWear journey.

Read on for more connected worker innovations made possible with RealWear solutions.

Real Events
EWTS Highlights RealWear In Dallas
Join RealWear at Booth 314 at EWTS!
RealWear is honored to sponsor the Enterprise Wearable Technology Summit! EWTS is dedicated to showcasing business applications of industrial wearables and AR / VR devices.

RealWear CEO Andy Lowery will deliver the Opening Remarks at EWTS.

And be sure to attend Sanjay Jhawar’s presentation September 17th, Critical Success Factors for Achieving ROI through Deployment of Industrial Wearables.
EWTS - Dallas, TX - September 17 - 19th
If you’ve already registered for EWTS, you’re probably wondering what to do in Dallas after the show.

Relax. We’ve got you covered.
Top 10 Things To Do In Dallas After EWTS
RealWear Brings Intrinsically Safe Connected Worker Solutions To Gastech 2019 In Houston
Visit RealWear at Booth Q145 at Gastech in Houston!
Gastech is regarded as the most significant meeting place for upstream, midstream and downstream gas, energy, and LNG professionals.

Oil & Gas companies like Shell, National Oilwell Varco, Saudi Aramco, and Schlumberger are using RealWear connected worker solutions to improve safety and productivity without tradeoffs.

Want to experience RealWear devices at Gastech in Houston? Visit us at Booth Q145.
Gastech - Houston, TX - September 17-19th
Real Blogs
A Schlumberger worker inspects a gauge with RealWear HMT-1. Image courtesy Schlumberger.
Digital Oil And Gas Companies Benefit From Augmented Reality Headsets
Real News
Braskem Idesa Launches Honeywell Connected Worker Solutions Featuring RealWear HMT-1Z1
Braskem field workers use RealWear HMT-1Z1 through Honeywell’s Connected Worker program in Veracruz, Mexico. Image courtesy Honeywell
Braskem Idesa has adopted a hands-free, wearable connected technology solution at its plant in Veracruz, Mexico. This solution is part of Honeywell’s Connected Worker initiative, and it runs on RealWear’s intrinsically safe augmented reality headset, the HMT-1Z1.

The Braskem Idesa complex in Veracruz is one of the largest petrochemical production sites in the Americas.
“Braskem Idesa has not only taken an important step toward Industry 4.0 but has now also replaced paper-based and manual operations with a sophisticated solution that’s both digital and wireless,” said Vincent Higgins
Honeywell Turns Science Fiction into Reality. Ironman Would Love It.
Honeywell Helps Transform Mexican Petrochemical Leader's Operations
Real Partners
Company-X Joins RealWear Ready Family of Partners
RealWear continues to expand its ecosystem of partners to meet the global needs of industry. Now we are proud to welcome Company-X to our family of RealWear Ready partners. Company-X is the newest Australasian reseller for RealWear headsets HMT-1 and the intrinsically safe, ATEX Zone-1 approved HMT-1Z1.
“The challenge was to help technicians onsite at remote distribution hubs. The technicians carry out repair and maintenance on site so using the HMT needs no computer or laptop. You can’t take a laptop into an explosive area, which was needed here, but you can take the head-mounted tablet, and the HMT-1Z1 model is certified as intrinsically safe.” Company-X AR/VR specialist Lance Bauerfeind
Company-X takes on RealWear across A/NZ - Reseller News
ISDM Brings Cisco Webex XoD Solutions to RealWear Headsets
We are always looking for new Systems Integration partners to deliver full solutions to a wide range of industries. On this note, we are pleased to welcome ISDM Solutions to the RealWear Ready family. ISDM Solutions is a systems integration and cloud video service provider based in Northern Ireland in the UK.

ISDM has added the HMT devices to its product portfolio, allowing for seamless video communication between any Cisco videoconferencing endpoint and a HMT.  

We are pleased to welcome ISDM as they bring their extensive experience in video conferencing and collaboration solutions to HMT-1 and HMT-1Z1!
Real Social
Kevin O'Donovan
They had #AugmentedReality, so I just had to 😉 ... Thanks @srikart for the chat ... @Innovapptive with a @realwearinc headset at #SAPUtilities #SAPogc ...

#AR for #MobileWorker ...
5:26 AM - 3 Apr 2019
Phillip Remaker
@Cisco has some great @Webex and #IoT integrations with @realwearinc. And really, how cool is this hat? #CiscoIMPACT #Cyborg #TheFutureIsNow
1:25 PM - 29 Aug 2019
(L to R): Michael Beasley, Vincent Williams of Southern Nuclear, and Matt Davidson. Michael and Matt visited Vincent at one of Southern Nuclear's sites, to better understand the needs of the nuclear industry.
Matt Davidson on LinkedIn
Real Video
Announcing Our New Careers Page
We recently updated our Careers page, and we created this video to highlight our values and the unique contributions of everyone on the RealWear team.
Real Life at RealWear
Real Trends
Four Major Challenges Facing Modern Industry
Honeywell: Connected Plant, Connected People - RealWear Summit
In his presentation at RealWear Summit, Vincent Higgins of Honeywell outlined four key challenges facing Oil & Gas companies:

  1. Retiring workforce - Prepare for a loss of knowledge as 50% of experts will retire in the next 5 years.
  2. Millennials entering industry - Knowledge transfer is inefficient between millennials and retiring experts.
  3. Job retention of millennials - Average onboarding period is 6 - 12 months, but millennials’ average tenure is 2 years.
  4. Finally, many organizations still invest in passive learning methods, even though active learning methods (learning by doing), have been shown to be up to 4X more effective in terms of knowledge retention.

These challenges are not unique to Oil & Gas. Companies in Manufacturing, Utilities, and dozens of other industries face similar obstacles to hiring, training, and retaining talented workers.

But with RealWear solutions, any company can address all four of these challenges at the same time.

Watch the video above to learn more, or download our knowledge transfer whitepaper here.
Power & Value of Training and Knowledge Transfer
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