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Realtime AR launches new Wearable Computer

Realtime AR launches new Augmented Reality Head-Mounted Wearable Computer

RealTime AR is working hard to revolutionise Australian workforces by equipping them with the leading technology for increasing safety and efficiency, in high and low risk environments. In the harsh Australian environment, any technology needs to be fully rugged and dependable, and the HMT-1 is specifically designed with that in mind. Dust proof, water resistant and equipped with leading noise cancellation technology, the HMT-1 is built to withstand the Australian weather.

At RealTime AR we value our customers’ satisfaction and strive to provide them with constant support and assistance, from integration to using the HMT-1 in their workforce. In doing so, we ensure that each and every individual using the device understands and takes advantage of its full capabilities, and help your business to reach its highest potential.

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With experience in the service industry, Co-Director Jason Schultz knows the downfalls of traditional practices- “I understand the frustration of having to re-do a job because it wasn’t done correctly the first time, but with the HMT-1 workers can receive onsite support from experienced mentors and finish the job to the highest standard, first time around”. By preventing such errors, businesses can reduce spending by reducing travel time and enabling experienced workers to mentor across multiple venues.

“RealTime AR and the HMT-1 are an investment in your business” says Beven, who has over 30 years of corporate business experience, and understands the importance of digitalisation investments. With digital technology becoming the new business norm, now is the time to get ahead of your competitors and take the step towards the 4.0 digital revolution.

An integral part of the solution offered by RealTime AR is the Remote Operations Centre (ROC) and technical support team model based out of the headquarters in Melbourne, Australia. The ROC coordinates sales and product distribution, remote technical assistance and end to end systems integration solutions for clients and users of the HMT-1 devices across the south pacific.

With a team of qualified and dedicated experts, Realtime AR can guide you and your company through remote webinar consultations, provide software recommendations and integration assistance to enhance the capability and productivity of the device, and support a POC scheme from first purchase through to scale up.

“We at Realtime AR pride ourselves on our complete, end-to-end systems solutions, and are prepared to help our customers take the next step into the digital future, allowing them to focus on their day-to-day priorities,” said Schultz.

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