Field technicians use the Vuzix M100 to speak with experts and share what they see from remote locations. When a live stream starts, the CrowdOptic enterprise platform will find an available expert and connect them to assist.
EMTs use the audio and video capablies of CrowdOptic Eye™ and Google Glass to help doctors diagnose patients from the ambulance to ensure they receive treatment sooner and are dispatched to the right hospitals.
Teaching physicians use multiple CrowdOptic Eye™ cameras with Google Glass in the operating room to both collaborate with colleagues and provide viewing options for the classroom.
CrowdOptic puts Google Glass on players, referees, team staff and fans to broadcast exclusive views around the world, and uses CrowdOptic Eye™ to provide exclusive video feeds for Sony Smart Eyeglass in luxury suites.
The CrowdOptic Eye™ is a powerful, low-bandwidth live streaming device designed to support any wired or wireless environment.
Set up one or set up an array, just push a button to braodcast live video and two-way audio from virtually anywhere.
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CrowdOptic Announces 10,000th Google Glass Live-Stream and Annual Renewals for UCSF Medical Center, Denver Broncos, a Fortune 500 Medical Device Company, and One of the Largest Traffic Police Forces in the World
SAN FRANCISCO, CA - April 19, 2016 - CrowdOptic today announced the successful completion of its 10,000th live-stream using Google Glass for enterprise use cases, marking a significant milestone in the company’s deployment history.
CrowdOptic also confirmed today the renewal of annual software licenses for its major clients including one of the world’s largest medical device companies, as well as UCSF Medical Center, Denver Broncos, and Futton, Inc. Futton represents one of the largest traffic police forces in the world. These four clients alone represent approximately $1.5 million in contract bookings to date for CrowdOptic across their multi-year productions.
“These renewals provide further evidence of CrowdOptic’s proliferation in four key verticals—medical technology, hospitals, sports and entertainment, and first responders,” remarked Jim Kovach, CrowdOptic’s Senior Vice President of Business Development. “Enterprise live-streaming from wearable and other peripheral devices in each of these industries has never been in higher demand than it is today.”
CrowdOptic technology is protected by U.S. Patent 8,527,340, U.S. Patent 9,020,832, U.S. Patent 9,264,474, Australia Patent No. 2012225536, Japan Patent No. 5530572, Japan Patent No. 5775196, Korea Patent No. 10-1383238, Canadian Patent No. 2,829,597, China Patent No. ZL 201280020614.5, plus six U.S. and three international patents pending.