Overit has been included for Space 1 in Gartner’s Market Guide for Enterprise Wearable Solutions, authored by Bryan Taylor, Rob Smith, and Chris Silva on October 25th, 2018. “The growth of wearable technology is driven by increasing awareness of augmented and virtual reality technology, consumerization of hardware, and a desire to push the limits of mobile workflows… This Market Guide focuses on wearables that are making their way into enterprises today in support of four use cases Gartner considers to be mature… Gartner forecasts the overall wearable device market to exceed $50 billion by 2021 representing sales of more than 500 million devices in 2021… Most wearable devices are designed to meet the needs of workers that are on the front lines of production, service delivery and operations. These workers often work in the field and/or need their hands free for installation, service and repair work.”
Overit has been recognized for Space 1 as a Representative Tool Vendor in Gartner’s Market Guide for Enterprise Wearable Solutions for the following use cases: Remote Expert Guidance, Immersive Workflow and Immersive Learning. Moreover, we have been acknowledged as a Representative Management and Integration Vendor for Workflow/Content Creation and Digital Asset Management, as well.
We are really proud of being part of this guide. As the needs of the market and of customers evolve, we are working to improve and innovate our product even more, by adding new features in the future releases of Space 1. We are firmly convinced that, by leveraging the virtual collaboration, knowledge sharing, and remote assistance capabilities provided by cutting-edge technologies (AR, MR, and VR), companies can arm their technicians with the latest tools to perform field tasks faster, better, and hands-free, relying on smartglasses and wearable devices.
Our ultimate goal is to offer a best-in-class product that supports companies on their path to wearable adoption and helps them gain a competitive advantage.
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