The HMT devices are easy and intuitive to operate – no scrolling, swiping or tapping on screens, just simple voice commands that enable heads-up, hands-free work, while users remain fully aware of their surroundings.
The display can be used to show installation or maintenance instructions, structural images, order picking lists and more to frontline workers. The device can feed video to a remote expert or training specialist to receive guidance, play a video of a previous repair, or connect workers to IoT data. Maintenance visits, process events etc. can be documented as high-quality images and videos with the device camera.
The rugged, high-performance HMT devices work in extreme conditions. They are waterproof and dustproof (IP66), survive a 2-metre drop onto a hard surface, and are capable of operating in temperatures ranging from -20 to +50 degrees Celsius. The display is also ideal for outdoor use, as it’s viewable in bright sunlight. The device is comfortable and light enough to wear all day: HMT-1 weighs 370 grams and HMT-1Z1 50 grams more.
The ATEX (and IECEx) approved HMT-1Z1 assists workers in potentially explosive or flammable environments in oil refineries, mechanical forest industry, chemical and pharmaceutical plants, flour mills etc.