APX Labs, which makes Skylight software, claims that Google, Epson and others are making devices which in conjunction with apps will be adopted by large corporations.
Skylight, it claims, will let workers share their view with remote colleagues, continuously monitor important information, control devices, sensors and equipments remotely and find and track objects and people.
Vertical sectors adopting smart glasses are likely to include nurses, doctors, fieldservice technicians, warehouse workers, and factory workers.
Skylight is already being used in multiple large businesses in a beta programme while the software officially launches next January.
Ed English, product manager at APX Labs, gives a little demo in a video here. He isn’t wearing smart glasses.