Vuzix Expands Global Smart Glasses Healthcare Presence Into Canada With TeleVU Innovation
Use cases include providing remote patient support for medical facilities in Northern Canada
TeleVU to demonstrate at upcoming HIMSS conference to be held in Las Vegas on August 9-13
Vuzix Corporation a leading supplier of Smart Glasses and Augmented Reality (AR) technology and products, announced that TeleVU Innovation (“TeleVU”), a Canadian supplier of user-friendly communication solutions for smart glasses that provide a secure, live audio-visual link between frontline clinicians and remote experts anywhere in the world, has begun ordering Vuzix M400 Smart Glasses.
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The TeleVU solution consists of TeleVU iSee, the support portal app, and smart glasses loaded with TeleVU’s uSee app, which enables remote medical assistance through audio/video communication and augmented reality to help patients, caregivers, clinicians and health organizations. TeleVU use cases include long-term home care, first responder support, hospital care, medical education, medical proctorship and mobile crisis response.
From remote medical facilities in Northern Canada to hospitals in Toronto, TeleVU is working across the health spectrum with various administrations to supply Vuzix M400 Smart Glasses bundled with their software solution to refine virtual care and provide remote patient support. Additionally, Vuzix recently completed a reseller agreement with TeleVU to facilitate the sale of the combined solution to their customers in Canada and the United States. The Company will also be partnering with TeleVU to demonstrate their joint hardware/software solution at the upcoming HIMSS conference to be held in Las Vegas on August 9-13.
“We are pleased to work together with TeleVU to support their expanding telemedical usage across North America,” said Paul Travers, President and CEO of Vuzix. “Vuzix M400 Smart Glasses, with their hands-free, voice-activated operation and studio quality 4K video streaming, represents an ideal hardware platform for an expansive range of telemedicine applications.”
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