January 10, 2020 – Jorjin Technologies has partnered with Gigabyte at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Nevada, on a joint augmented reality-based end-to-end solution for Smart Pharmacies. Furthermore, Jorjin has also introduced ‘J-Ability’, the company’s latest family of AR Smart Glasses, powered by the Qualcomm XR1 AR processing platform.
Gigabyte, on its side, will showcase its Data Center, Smart Life, and Digital Studio alongside a range of related applications, one of which is the Smart Pharmacy. The Smart Pharmacy integrates Jorjin’s AR smart glasses with Gigabyte’s server solutions for edge and cloud computing. The platform is aimed at health professionals who benefit from being connected to the server database, so as to ensure that patient data and prescriptions are processed in a swift and precise manner, thus saving time while keeping stronger tabs on regulated substances.
J-Ability is a family of binocular AR smart glasses catering firstly to enterprise users, according to Jorjin. Features include AR Remote Support, which enables on-site users to connect with off-site experts, thus reducing on-site operation time and human errors and improving work efficiency. Jorjin Chairman, Tom Liang, commented: “The future of AR smart glasses does not stop at the industrial sector, and will also expand into medicine, retail, education and multiple other sectors”.
Jorjin has stated that it is committed to remain an innovative AR pioneer and is actively seeking to develop new strategic partnerships with companies aiming at applying AR smart glasses into new fields.
Image credit: Jorjin Technologies
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