Glass Alive and Well in Enterprise

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Success of leading Glass at Work partner, CrowdOptic, proves Google Glass is not dead

CrowdOptic is definitely leading the space in many ways.

Earlier this month, Google announced (in a statement published on Jan. 15, 2015) that it would be ending sales on its current version of Glass, leading skeptics to conclude that Google Glass was a failure. However, many Google Glass partners disagree, including CrowdOptic, the only certified Glass at Work affiliate with issued patents.

CrowdOptic allows wearers to share live streaming video in real-time completely hands-free. This technology has been adopted by enterprises across the board, putting Google Glass in professional sports stadiums, ambulances, operating rooms and Ivy League classrooms. According to a recent story in 9to5 Google (published on Jan. 30, 2015), “CrowdOptic is definitely leading the space in many ways.”

CrowdOptic is in more than two dozen sports stadiums including those for the Indiana Pacers and International Speedway Corp.

Additionally, CrowdOptic has been adopted by over 50 hospitals across the United States. Its growing list of medical partners includes the Yale School of Medicine, Stanford, and UCSF. According to Fisher, “the momentum behind Glass powered by CrowdOptic in enterprise shows no sign of stopping. And CrowdOptic is definitely in a state of revenue and profitability right now.”

Fisher believes that the incredible enterprise adoption of Google Glass will eventually lead to overall consumer acceptance.

About CrowdOptic
CrowdOptic is the Google Glass software that allows wearers to broadcast live video feeds in real time to any mobile device. The innovative technology is used worldwide by leading enterprises in the sports, entertainment, security and medical industries. CrowdOptic uses real-time sensor data from electronic devices and its own patented CrowdOptic algorithms to identify and track where devices are aimed (focus) and to identify groups of people with the same focus (clusters). CrowdOptic technology, which includes sensor data smoothing, EXIF data mining and focal analytics, is instantly deployable in a range of mobile applications and technology environments to enhance broadcasting, security, social media sharing and advertising.

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