Voice-controlled thermal camera for hazardous environments

LONDON – RealWear has launched the world’s first voice-controlled head-mounted thermal camera. The new product combines the supplier’s RealWear thermal camera and RealWear Navigator 500 headset with Teledyne FLIR’s Lepton radiometry technology, enabling effortless capture of visible-spectrum and thermal imagery. Metallurgical plant operators can then quickly identify temperature anomalies in mission-critical equipment like pumps, pipes, wiring and motors.

Chief Product Officer Rama Oruganti said “RealWear Navigator head-mounted devices, with a revolutionary modular design, continue to gain support with global 1000 companies as the new gold standard in assisted reality. The compelling option to add thermal image capture without occupying your hands in hazardous environments gives frontline professionals more real-time information to do their jobs safely and productively.”

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