Vuzix receives order for 140 M-Series smart glasses from Japanese multinational tech company

In Augmented Reality News

February 26, 2020 – Vuzix Corporation, a supplier of Smart Glasses, augmented reality technology, and products for the consumer and enterprise markets, has today announced that it has recently received a purchase order for 140 of its M-Series smart glasses from a Japanese multinational technology and electronics company for distribution to their enterprise customer base for remote support.

Vuzix states that due to the recent addition of a number of remote support applications to its smart glasses product line, including Zoom, Skype for Business, Ubimax Frontline and Librestream Onsight, coupled with the recent impact of travel to certain areas of the world, the company has seen an increase in RFQ’s related to remote support and operations management across the United States, Europe and Japan.

“The ability to deliver expertise from an expert located on one side of the world to a remote technician located somewhere else is proving to be a key market vertical for Vuzix,” said Paul Travers, President and CEO of Vuzix. “Vuzix has a number of compatible remote support applications which are being well received and driving strong ROIs and knowledge transfer for our global customer base.”

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