Vuzix Corporation (NASDAQ: VUZI) reported that the Organization would have an industry insight on the use of Augmented Reality Smart Glasses in healthcare during a keynote discussion as part of the forthcoming VRARA Healthcare Conference, which will be conducted virtually on 16 December 2020 starting at 12:00 PM EST.
In hospitals worldwide, Vuzix Smart Glasses are currently being used to conduct a wide variety of tasks, including testing, simulated rounds within ICUs, triage in emergency rooms and operating theatres to direct surgeons through operation, and offer online training and mentoring to online physicians. The past year has been a difficult one for several companies to finance their activities. It has also opened the door to introducing emerging disruptive technology such as Smart Glasses, especially in the healthcare sector.
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Healthcare arose as a significant emerging market area for smart glasses from Augmented Reality (AR) through 2020. Vuzix has seen smart glasses shift from a preconceived concept of healthcare to practical installations and regular usage within hospitals and medical centers, with major deployments in South America, Europe and the APAC region, both domestically in the US and internationally. Vuzix has increasingly evolved over the past few months as a go-to manufacturer of intelligent glasses-based applications to support the healthcare sector in many capabilities.
Vuzix Corporation (NASDAQ: VUZI) has been a significant contributor to development in the healthcare industry during 2020, and the Organization expects this pattern to continue shortly. For instance, Vuzix will support the launch of Verizon’s 5G-enabled EMS solution in early 2021, which focuses on the provision of enhanced medical augmented reality to support the patient EMS journey from pre-incident to recovery, powered by Verizon’s first responder 5G Ultra-Wideband network and public safety.
A new research study on the Virtual Reality industry, which they estimate to rise to $77.0 billion by 2025, was recently released by MarketsandMarkets and highlighted the use cases of AR Head-Mounted Displays (HMDs) in healthcare like pre-hospital medical care, nursing care in clinical environments, and medical services in hospitals along with out-of-hospital use such as dealing with casualty care.
Paul Travers, President and Chief Executive Officer at Vuzix, said that healthcare has emerged as a significant field for AR smart glasses. The company looks forward to sharing its view of the healthcare industry and real implementations and use cases of smart glasses inside it.
Previously on December, 9 20202, Vuzix Corporation (NASDAQ: VUZI) has reported that CH Four Biogas has started deploying Vuzix M400 Smart Glasses to support remote plant inspection operators in the sector. This time-and-travel saving approach reflects the clean energy corporation’s strategic effort to ramp up its activities in North America, thus removing the need to assign regulators to distant sites, thus lowering total carbon emissions. The plant development activities of CH Four Biogas need regular checks to ensure that contractual and construction specifications are fulfilled. Using Vuzix M400 Smart Glasses, these expensive inspections can now be done remotely, allowing on-site operators to utilize the see-what-I-see function of the smart glasses to enable an investigator to conduct an accurate, effective inspection hundreds of miles away. The business plans to minimize travel to remote installations by thousands of miles a year utilizing Vuzix Corporation (NASDAQ: VUZI) Smart Glasses.