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Google reveals first 'Glass at Work' partners

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 17 Jun 2014 17:24 User comments (1)

Google reveals first 'Glass at Work' partners Google has revealed the first "Glass At Work" partners, pushing forward with the wearable device featuring apps designed for businesses.
The search giant unveiled the first Certified Partners, authorized companies that were selected to develop enterprise solutions for Glass devices. For their part, the companies can also co-brand and will be listed on the Glass at Work website.

A couple of hundred of developers applied for the program, and Google seems to have selected a broad spectrum of industries. The initial partners include APX, Augmedix, Crowdoptic, GuidiGO, and Wearable Intelligence.

APX makes Skylight, a software platform that companies use to create smart glasses applications. AugMedix has a Google Glass app for doctors. The app enters electronic health-record data while doctors treat patients. CrowdOptic has context-aware apps for the sports industry. GuidiGo offers an update to the classic museum audio tour by offering a more immersive Glass version. Wearable Intelligence builds workflow, training and communications apps.

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118.6.2014 13:10

Again.........by the time these are actually "released" to the public, I think they'll be yesterday's news and significantly less appreciated.

Good job Google! You caused your own product to likely become irrelevant.

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