Join us for an on-demand webinar, “Preparing Your Organization For Enterprise Wearables,” hosted by Jay Kim, Chief Strategy Officer at Upskill and Chris Croteau, GM of Head-worn Devices at Intel, for a deep dive into the enterprise wearables solution stack and how to work with your technical teams to rapidly deploy smart eyewear to drive efficiency from the factory to the warehouse to your field service fleet.
Article: Augmented Reality Is Already Improving Worker Performance
In this new Harvard Business Review article, Marco Annunziata, Chief Economist at GE and Magid Abraham, Executive Chair at Upskill provide an analysis around how augmented reality applied in the industrial space can have a profound macroeconomic impact on helping address the skills gap.
White Paper: Power to Your People
In this whitepaper, we look at how four companies are using Skylight, a software platform built by Upskill, to power smart glasses to improve performance and lower costs in manufacturing, logistics, and field service.
On-Demand Webinar: Latest Wearable Trends, Use Cases and New Products
Join us for an on-demand webinar, “Top Wearable Trends, Use Cases and New Products,” hosted by Jay Kim, Chief Strategy Officer at Upskill (formerly APX Labs) and industry veteran, for a breakdown on what’s happening across the industry.
Report: Our 15 Favorite Enterprise Wearable Articles and Reports
Enterprise wearables are inextricably interconnected with Industry 4.0 and how technology advancements from robotics and automation to big data and IIoT are shoring up the modern industrial workplace. Staying on top of how all these dynamics converge and the rapid pace of innovation is no easy feat. That’s where Upskill can help. We’ve searched the media landscape and worked with partners to surface some of the best articles and reports from 2016.
White Paper: The State of Enterprise Wearables
The growth and impact of wearable technology in today’s workplace has been broadly recognized by industry analysts. Gartner research expects smart glasses to realize $1 billion annual cost savings in the field services industry alone, and IMS Research conservatively estimates the wearable technology market to grow to $6 billion by 2016.
Forrester Research: Enabling the Workforce with Smart Glasses
The smart glasses market is no longer a hazy, futuristic idea. Its impact is very real and tangible for many enterprises — from aircraft manufacturers to call centers. Read this Forrester report to see what jobs are best suited for smart glasses, top vendors for smart glass pilot programs, and how to use Proof of Concept to operationalize your smart glasses strategy.
White Paper: Total Economic Impact Study
Expectations around enterprise wearables are running high these days. The promise of reducing process time, effort, and re-work while also improving quality, safety, and workflow is exciting. But adoption can be seen as a major sea change for some global organizations.
White Paper: The Periodic Table of Wearable Technology
We got rid of lanthanides and noble gases and replaced them with the 118 essential elements of enterprise wearable tech. Our updated periodic table groups and defines the main capabilities that businesses are using today to build and harness a connected workforce.
White Paper: The Wearables Family Tree
Infographic: The New Digital Industrial Enterprise
There is a slow-motion collision of technologies that are fusing together and transforming what the industrial work environment looks like: wearable technology, the industrial internet of things, and big data. All together these are making a new industrial workplace.
White Paper: Frost & Sullivan Enterprise Wearables Report
Today’s manufacturing employees need to work un-distracted and hands-free, using real-time actionable data to connect them with the rest of the enterprise. For manufacturers, automation and communication solutions are the key to converging the front- and back-end of the enterprise.
White Paper: 2016 Predictions for Wearable Technology
In 2016 IOT, smart tools and big data for industry will come together in a real, tangible way thanks to wearables. Completing this last-mile loop between people, machines, and data will be the most significant driver of the next wave of industrial change, investment, and innovation.