Dynabook enhances dynaEdge smart glasses capabilities

Dynabook Europe (formerly Toshiba Client Solutions Europe), has announced new enhanced capabilities to its dynaEdge assisted reality smart glasses with the launch of the Vision DE Suite 3.0.

New capabilities include hands-free task flow, task flow creation, task flow assignment and task flow reporting, all designed to improve efficiency, quality and operating flexibility for enterprise customers.

“The addition of these capabilities reinforces the dynaEdge DE-100 and AR100 Viewer Smart Glasses as the premiere Windows-based, enterprise-grade Assisted Reality solution on the market,” said dynabook.

Designed to maximise the functionality of dynabook’s AR smart glasses solution, Vision DE Suite running on the dynaEdge DE-100 mobile mini-PC uses the power and performance of Windows 10 Pro to deliver the solution required, while maintaining security across the IT network.

“We continue to add important features to our Vision DE Suite to create a complete AR Solution designed to improve efficiencies for enterprises with frontline and field workers,” said Damian Jaume, president of Dynabook Europe. “The addition of Task Flow capabilities demonstrates our commitment to understanding our customers’ needs in the wearable enterprise marketplace.”

The arrival of Vision DE Suite 3.0 builds on the existing capabilities of the dynaEdge AR Smart Glasses, which include: Live Video Collaboration, Photo Capture, Video Capture, PDF, Photo and Video Viewer, Real-Time File Synchronisation, Remote Management Console, Flexible Navigation/Control, Voice Commands, and Real-Time Alerts. Dynabook will also offer a version of Vision DE Suite 3.0 without Task Flow capabilities.

Vision DE Suite 3.0 is available now for the dynaEdge DE-100 with AR100 Viewer smart glasses.

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