Built for every industry, operator or professional.
A complete portfolio for handsfree workers in every industry and for various use cases.
SMART GLASSES BUILT FOR EVERY INDUSTRY
Full shift battery power
Natural field of view (central camera)
Zoom (6x) in on the smallest details
Balanced and low weight
Phone-tethered for highest processing power
Complete portfolio to serve all use cases
Easy integration with IT structure
"The ergonomics of the glasses and the security of a tethered solution also put them at the top of the list. We didn’t want to add another device that needed to get security approval. The processing, heat and weight are all still carried on the mobile unit itself, which made for a lightweight, comfortable pair of AR glasses. They’re safety-rated, too, and it just so happens that the side coverings (there’s a bit of a touch pad and camera covering the sides of the eyes) matched up with protecting our workers’ eyes from the corn leaves. So, that was a happy accident."
“One of the corporate values of John Bean Technologies is ‘Customer First’, often resulting in on-site help from our local experts in the startup of new, complex equipment. This is no longer possible in the current Corona crisis. We contacted Iristick and their certified, ruggedized smart glasses seemed to be the perfect solution. Sending a pair of smart glasses, means we can respond fast and efficient, help our clients the fastest possible and maintain our high-quality standards.”
“We notice that it takes less time to solve a malfunction and that it takes less time for the experts to transfer the knowledge and information to the person on-site. So basically, it’s a win-win.”
"As a subcontractor of metal components, we were looking for a fast and efficient way to keep our production facility up and running with minimum staff during quarantine times. That’s how Iristick came in the picture. Their smart glasses provide us with a fast, easy to implement and very efficient tool to give instructions from a distance. With the Iristick.Z1, you can follow what the technician sees and give verbal instructions through the built-in microphones. This is even possible using a phone, making this solution mobile and usable at any time, from anywhere."
"The first tests with the smart glasses have been very promising. Vlaio's Extended Reality project (RATZ) has demonstrated that smart glasses have a lot of potential to modernize home care. Further research and testing are needed to better tailor the use of the smart glasses to the specific requirements of care. There will also need to be a redefinition of the current care process in which the nurse always goes out alone and is largely dependent on his or her own knowledge and experience. The use of smart glasses can change this and will allow home nursing to evolve over time into a more collaborative effort between care providers."