Better than Google Glass: Finding the Right Smart Glasses for Enterprise

Google Glass set the standard in smart glasses, but as the target market has shifted from consumer to industrial, the question became, “Should Google Glass still be the standard?” In this report, we identify and categorize the more than 70 enterprise deployments of smart glasses. Within those 70 dep...

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