DigiLens Inc., a manufacturer of headworn holographic smart glasses and waveguide technology in the United States, recently announced the launch of ARGO， This is the company’s first independent AR/XR equipment specially designed for enterprises and industries.
ARGO smart glasses adopt the crystal waveguide of DigiLens, which has the industry-leading minimum mirror reflection and small size, and can achieve bright effect when used indoors and outdoors. ARGO supports front-line staff from the field to the operating room by creating a digital workforce in all walks of life, thus helping to improve communication and collaboration.
“ARGO is the future of wearable computing, and we are proud to launch the devices that the market has been demanding and waiting for. ARGO will start the next generation of mobile computing and voice, and become the first real AR device to be deployed on a large scale. By helping people connect and collaborate in the real world, not just the virtual world, ARGO will improve the productivity of all departments and improve people’s lives.” Chris Pickett, CEO of DigiLens.
ARGO adopts a solid industrial and corporate structure, which aims to achieve hands-free and body position independent functions through voice and gaze recognition. The device’s 48MP camera provides realistic image quality, and its multiple microphones can pick up the user’s voice in a noisy environment. The connection option of ARGO enables the device to be used almost anywhere. Its integrated DigiOS compatibility enables it to keep up with the future of mobile computing.
With the launch of ARGO, DigiLens hopes to provide scalable and high-quality smart glasses for many industries at a cost-effective price, including healthcare, industry, logistics, telecommunications, military and national defense.
ARGO not only enhances situational awareness through real-time connection with the environment and other sensor technologies to improve staff security, but also helps users work more intelligently by combining the digital world and the physical world with real-time data visualization. In addition to improving staff productivity, reducing downtime and minimizing delays through remote collaboration, ARGO also extends staff availability and capabilities through remote guidance and real-time monitoring. It can also overcome the barriers of time, distance and training, and provide professional knowledge at the time and place where it is most needed, thus reducing costs.