Clairvoyant Networks Launches Smart Cellular Wearable
Clairvoyant Networks, Inc. announces the release of an OEM version of its wearable, a pre-certified, tried, and tested solution.
FREMONT, CA: Clairvoyant Networks, Inc., a developer of award-winning remote monitoring technology, has announced the release of an OEM version of its wearable. The Clairvoyant Connect Smart Cellular Wearable is a pre-certified, tried, and tested solution that saves money and time while developing custom applications. It gives law enforcement, healthcare, infrastructure, supply chain, and other businesses access to mission-critical solutions quickly.
Stephen Popovich, President and Chief Executive Officer of Clairvoyant Networks, Inc., states, "We've already done the heavy lifting for systems integrators (SI) by building an enterprise-ready wearable from the ground up for ease of use, integration into existing technology, safer two-way communications, and with application development. Clairvoyant Connect provides a much faster, lower-cost solution for SIs and organizations to deploy IoT technology, and as a result companies can more easily justify new innovative applications."
According to a 2020 industry report, the global enterprise wearables market is expected to expand by nearly 41 percent to $37 billion by 2025, with wrist wearables dominating the market. It creates a massive opportunity for companies who want to use emerging technologies to become more flexible, open, and quick to stay competitive. Businesses look to their SI partners for the most up-to-date technologies that are simple to use and integrate, scalable, and cost-effective.
Clairvoyant Connect's technology was designed with enterprise IoT in mind, and it already has numerous wearable devices deployed. It reduces development time and costs significantly. The cellular certifications have been obtained, which can take up to a year and cost hundreds of thousands of dollars. With the complete support of Clairvoyant's professional engineering team, the Android software stack offers an open framework for application development, simplifying integration with current solutions and introducing new features much faster. For SIs looking for a best-in-class solution for their customers, this provides a robust and cost-effective acceleration path to deployment.
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