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Du’s smart wearables on show

The device generates and collates data, which can be used to further streamline and improve processes.

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Published: Thu 16 Oct 2014, 11:31 PM

Last updated: Fri 3 Apr 2015, 5:34 PM

Dubai: With wearables as a service from du, UAE businesses are empowered with the capabilities of smart glasses technology to improve business operations.

With the ability to offer a deeper insight into business than ever before, wearables as a service, powered by APX Labs’ Skylight platform, gives du customers the option of opening new channels of communication while increasing productivity, and driving knowledge-sharing amongst colleagues.

Technology such as this is the ultimate adoption of smart innovation to improve business processes. By connecting employees to databases, corporate processes and sensors, wearables empower the user with unlimited access to all manner of crucial data. At the same time, the device generates and collates data, which can be used to further streamline and improve processes.

Jawad Shaikh, executive vice-president for digital business at du, said: “Wearables is the next frontier in technology, and we’re pleased to offer our enterprise customers their first step into this exciting new tech world. Our new wearables as a service offering provides our customers with the ability to more closely monitor their business, increase the quality of service, and establish a more empowered and productive workforce. This is the future of connectivity, and we’re offering it to our customers today.”

“The global market for enterprise wearables is growing rapidly because we are solving problems that are not addressable with any other technology,” said Brian Ballard, chief executive officer and co-founder of APX Labs.

— alvin@khaleejtimes.com



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