Webinar Recap: How Connected Workers Are Becoming the New Normal - Part 1

Increasing Safety & Efficiency with Wearable Compute

Thank you to everyone who attended part 1 of our 3-part webinar series on Connected Worker! The recording is now available on-demand. To receive a link to the recording, please click below:

Episode Overview

In part 1, we discussed how Connected Worker solutions in the field can deliver increased safety and efficiency via wearable compute. We demonstrated how workers can complete complicated tasks in a hazardous environment by entering data hands-free while being connected to task-related information. We also demonstrated the ability for workers to record compliance-based activities via voice-activated workflow, ultimately delivering immediate ROI.

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May 26 – Part 2: Maximizing Resources with Remote Solutions

Connected Worker, Virtual Remote Guidance

One of the biggest challenges for any industry is how to capture and deliver the knowledge of an experienced workforce to new employees that are “learning the ropes” of their job. Historically it means extensive training and flying experts around to mentor less co-workers and significant travel for expert resources. With a Connected Worker solution an expert can be onsite virtually to see, hear, and collaborate with a field employee who is building their job-related knowledge base. The result is quicker transfer of knowledge and a rapid ramp to productivity for new employees!

June 2 – Part 3: Real-World Applications by Vertical

Connected Worker, Maintenance Optimization

For the final part of the Connected Worker series please join us to examine real-world use cases to see firsthand how a Connected Worker solution can be applied in virtually any industry vertical. Whether it is a technician working on a pump in a petrochemical refinery, a midwife remotely delivering a baby in Africa, or a machinist on the manufacturing floor, a Connected Worker solution will deliver value, incremental safety, and enhanced efficiency to the enterprise.