October 14, 2022 – Vuzix Corporation, a supplier of smart glasses and augmented reality (AR) technology and products, has recently announced that NSION, a provider of solutions for the situational awareness, secure media, and data management markets, has made Vuzix an approved technology partner for its NSC3 seamless situational awareness solution. The NSC3 solution is primarily designed for the DoD, security customers and first responders, but is also usable by new markets for NSION including enterprise and healthcare.
According to NSION, its NSC3 System helps to improve the efficiency of mission-critical operations by streaming and storing live video from drones, phones, cars and other sources to command-and-control rooms as well as mobile devices in the field. Even in complex, life-critical situations, NSC3 enables intelligent data algorithms to search threats and abnormalities from video or data feeds.
The NSION NSC3 platform pulls in real-time media streams, including data and HD video, from any number of sources to be shared between team members and displayed on Vuzix smart glasses for heads-up and hands-free situational awareness. Vuzix and NSION are currently conducting joint demonstrations of the solution.
“NSION is excited about the relationship with Vuzix as their smart glasses technology combined with the NSION video broadcasting and management platform can address many applications, serving multiple vertical markets and in certain applications possibly help save lives,” said Brett Johnson, North America Channels Director of NSION.
“Our smart glasses continue to be integrated into high performance next-generation systems such as this robust solution from NSION,” said Paul Travers, President and CEO of Vuzix. “We are excited to work with them to help support a broad adoption of their NSC3 platform by an expansive list of customers and agencies.”
For more information on Vuzix augmented reality smart glasses, please visit the company’s website.
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