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January 12, 2021 – ThirdEye, a provider of augmented and mixed reality (AR/MR) enterprise solutions, has today announced the launch of its updated and patented suite of healthcare, government and field services software and accessories. ThirdEye states that its clients, including the US military, can now have a complete AR hardware, software and accessories experience using a single vendor.
According to ThirdEye, it created its Mobile Device Management (MDM) software to provide central IT experts with effective device management, providing them with the means to control things such as which Wi-Fi networks the glasses can discover, the availability of apps and other required security mechanisms.
The company has also developed its RemoteEye software platform to allow remotely located senior technicians to see the actual field of view of frontline technicians, which according to ThirdEye has resulted in nearly a 40% saving in task time for its military, field services and engineering customers. The company added that currently more than 100 of its customers worldwide are utilizing the RemoteEye platform, which comes with the ThirdEye MR Glasses. The software not only works on the ThirdEye smart glasses, but also on tablets, laptops, phones and web browsers, allowing for cross-platform compatibility and enabling workers to connect via AR remotely, reducing the need for on-site travel.
In Healthcare, ThirdEye deployed its RespondEye software to first responders, which includes a HIPPA certified telehealth platform allowing EMS professionals to virtually connect to doctors and provide patients with a higher quality of care from the time they arrive on the scene. Currently, the software is being offered for free for first responders in the fight against COVID-19.
“At ThirdEye, we wanted to offer the full digital AR/MR & AI ecosystem so our clients can have an end-to-end solution. To have the most impact in the healthcare industry and aid in the fight against COVID-19, we obtained our HIPAA certification for the X2 MR Glasses, our RemoteEye platform and RespondEye app for first responders. This ensures that patient data is securely accessed and that medics have the tools needed to succeed,” said Nick Cherukuri, CEO and founder of ThirdEye.
ThirdEye also offers accessories for its MR glasses, including a thermal sensor package, which allows users to view the temperatures of both people and equipment through an additional clip-on thermal scanner. Additionally, the company offers hard hat connections, prescription inserts and frontline connectivity packages where the glasses are bundled with wireless hotspots.
ThirdEye company also confirmed today that it is expanding its partner program to enable bulk pricing discounts, free software porting help, joint webinars and marketing efforts for ISV partners and resellers. For more information on ThirdEye, please visit the company’s website.
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