Google announced its first round of "Glass at Work" certified partners, getting Google Glass into the workplace for some companies.
"We’ve been searching for developers who are creating Glassware to help businesses reach their goals," the company said in a Google+ post. "We heard from hundreds of enterprise developers and today we’re excited to announce our first round of Glass at Work Certified Partners. Congrats to APX, Augmedix, Crowdoptic, GuidiGO and Wearable Intelligence."
The Glass at Work program is designed to spark enterprise solutions for Google's wearable technology. So far, it doesn't even include Salesforce, which last week announced its own efforts for wearable technology in the enterprise. It did cite Google Glass as one such platform it's working on.
APX Labs makes business software for Glass, providing workers with hands-free, real-time access to enterprise data. It's being used by Fortune 500 companies in multiple industries.
Augmedix provides a services for doctors, shortening the amount of time they have to spend pushing and pulling info from the Electronic Health Record.
CrowdOptic has software that detects significatn broadcast events from mobile and wearable devices.
GuidiGo partners with museums and cultural institutions on making art more accessible with Glass.
Wearable Intelligence crates Glassware for energy, manufacturing, healthcare, etc. It provides workflow, communications, training, and data access products.
Google provides a place for both developers and enterprises to request involvement with Glass at Work here.
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