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Safety boosting headset
04 September 2023
NOTTINGHAM-BASED workflow automation specialist, Intoware, has partnered with a global pioneer in hands-free wearable technology to reshape operations and elevate efficiency for frontline workers in hazardous environments.
Intoware’s WorkfloPlus mobile platform, which enables businesses to digitise processes and tasks across industrial operations, is set to be integrated with RealWear’s newly launched next generation, fully-hands-free RealWear Navigator® Z, a fully redesigned intrinsically safe headset to boost productivity while enhancing safety.
The joint solution will enable frontline workers in hazardous environments to instantly access critical information, optimise processes, share data, contact remote experts and make informed decisions in real time.
Keith Tilley, CEO of Intoware, said: “We are hugely proud of our strong partnerships that enable us to deliver innovative workflow solutions tailored to our partners’ unique needs.
“As a recognised leader in hands-free industrial wearables, we are extremely pleased to be working with them on this new development.
“RealWear and Intoware’s partnership brings hands-free workflow automation into a new era and, with the integration of RealWear's device, we are poised to transform operations at a number of leading businesses that operate in hazardous environments such as the oil and gas industry.
“Our robust workflow capabilities, combined with the hands-free experience offered by RealWear Navigator Z1, will empower frontline workers to access critical information, streamline processes, and make data-driven decisions in real time.
“Working together, our technology will improve operations in the oil and gas sector, paving the way for enhanced efficiency, safety, and success."
WorkfloPlus is a mobile technology platform created by Intoware to enable businesses to digitise processes and tasks across industrial operations, converting them from paper to be accessible via mobile, wearable technology and desktop devices.
RealWear and Intoware have been long-term partners, since Intoware was founded in 2015.