The Domineering Future of Wearable Technology
Posted by orionnetworksolutions on November 30th, 2017
The role that digital devices and similar technologies play in our daily lives is rapidly growing—and unsurprisingly so, as people become increasingly dependent on smart gadgets and less willing to go about the day without them. The rise of fitness trackers and the likes of Apple Watch, Microsoft HoloLens, and Google Glass, signal the wider reach and accessibility of wearable technology. The tendency of technologically advanced devices to get smaller and faster fuels this trend, and if predictions of the future are accurate, it won’t be long until we are wearing our technology not just on the outside but on the inside as well. All these said, let us take a look at where wearable technology is at the moment, and how it impacts the way business is done now and in the near future:Also See: Wearable Technology, Network Solutions, Smart Wearables, Orion Network, Wearable, Technology, Smart
Smart wearables are fast becoming an integral part of modern society. These hyper-connected devices are continuously developing into intelligent gadgets that have the ability to process and analyze the wearer’s activity, thus allowing us to track, monitor, and moderate an entire range of behaviors and activities, ranging from exercise to other things as complex as expenditure. Beyond their use in fitness (i.e., smart wearables that can track steps, workout stats, sleep cycles, etc., and then deliver the same information to the wearer’s smartphone), wearable computing devices can offer great use in other fields, such as medicine in business. For instance, medical doctors can monitor a patient’s vital information and keep record of such significant data. Google Glass on the other hand, is supposed to provide users an AR experience that lets them access information on demand.
There are also many business use-cases for wearable technology, such as allowing users to go hands-free while performing tasks. Emergency personnel and search and rescue teams along with mobile warehouse workers can benefit from wearable technology as they provide advanced tracking features and extreme mobility. Smart glasses can be used by technicians needing to consult schematics or manuals for machineries and systems, helping make workplaces safer. Smart watches and glasses can also be useful for workers who wear special suits as they gain hands-free access to much needed data. Any other user who requires instant access to critical data, such as sales teams, rural doctors, real estate agents, law enforcement officers, lawyers, military personnel, fire fighters, and others, can benefit from these wearable technologies in the workplace and especially out in the field.
About the Author:
Mike Rana is the Chief Technology Advisor of Orion Network Solutions. Orion Network Solutions specializes in providing Computer Installation, Maintenance, and Consulting services along with 24x7 help desk services for small and midsize companies. We provide network solutions that enable small businesses to not only lower their management cost but also increases employee productivity at the same low price. We offer network solution that becomes an integral part of your organization and can provide an increase in productivity of your organization.
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