Jorjin Technologies, who started working on smart glasses when AR was still in its infancy, will be partnering with Gigabyte at this year's CES on a joint AR-based end-to-end solution for Smart Pharmacies. Furthermore, Jorjin will also introduce J-Ability, the company's latest family of AR Smart Glasses, powered by Qualcomm XR1 AR processing platform.
With all the momentum built behind the convergence of Augmented Reality with 5G and Industry 4.0, all tech giants are gearing up to showcase new applications benefiting from those technologies.
Gigabyte, on its side, will showcase its Data Center, Smart Life, and Digital Studio alongside a whole line of related applications, one of which is the Smart Pharmacy. The Smart Pharmacy integrates Jorjin's AR smart glasses with Gigabyte's server solutions for edge and cloud computing. Users are health professionals who benefit from being connected to the server database so that patient data and prescriptions are processed in a swift and precise manner, thus saving time while keeping stronger tabs on regulated substances.
J-Ability is a family of binocular AR smart glasses catering firstly to enterprise users. For example, the AR Remote Support function enables on-site users to connect with off-site experts, thus reducing on-site operation time and human errors and improving work efficiency. Similarly, the adoption of AR technology can greatly facilitate Visualization Management by simplifying complex workflows and providing staff with easy to understand standard operating procedures (SOP), hence helping companies to save costs and boost productivity.
However, as noted by Jorjin Chairman Tom Liang, "The future of AR smart glasses does not stop at the industrial sector, and will also expand into medicine, retail, education and multiple other sectors". Consequently, Jorjin is committed to remain an innovative AR pioneer and is actively seeking to develop new strategic partnerships with companies aiming at applying AR smart glasses into new fields.