This fast growing company has an amazing story. Watch this short video (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xlXIFuXsrTw&feature=youtu.be) to learn more! You'll be impressed with the team they assembled. Then register to attend our first
This fast growing company has an amazing story. Watch this short video (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xlXIFuXsrTw&feature=youtu.be) to learn more! You’ll be impressed with the team they assembled. Then register to attend our first event in Vancouver, WA. We’ve scheduled a lunch event so you won’t have to content with traffic.
Imagine a world where field communication is just clear. Clear vision. Clear communication. And, all while keeping your hands free. When it comes to wearable computer hardware, there’s nothing better than RealWear. RealWear’s technology is built on a connected worker ecosystem, with safety and security at the forefront of their lens. They have become an industry leader in knowledge transfer and in-field training with software and hardware to help people improve safety and increase productivity on the job.
Their flagship product, the HMT-1, is the first head-mounted, wearable Android-class tablet with a completely hands-free, voice-controlled user interface on board. This allows workers to gain access to knowledge instantly, navigate documents, and visualize IoT and other workflow solutions. Climbing scaffolding or a tower? No problem. By allowing the worker to maintain full situational awareness, the HMT-1 is faster, safer and smarter than either a tablet or smart glasses.
Please join ACG Portland for an exciting panel discussion with Andrew Lee, Andy Lowery, and Chris Parkinson as they discuss RealWear’s rise to success. They will summarize how the company navigated its growth strategy, how they raised the capital necessary to continue operations, and how they chose SW Washington as their home base. They will also turn their digital eye towards innovation and the future, as they continue to explore a rapidly changing industry.
(Tuesday) 11:30 am - 1:15 pm
Red Cross Building at the Historic Trust Property
605 Barnes St., Vancouver, WA 98661