Introducing mōzıware cımō: the world’s first pocket-sized wearable computer

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How can organizations keep their frontline workers safe and help them to be more productive, faster at decision-making, and more connected?

mōzıware aims to answer this question through an AR-enhanced pair of “magic glasses” that can fit neatly into your pocket.

Imagine you work on the factory floor in a manufacturing job. There’s a problem with a critical piece of machinery.

In the days before remote collaboration tools like cımō, you would have to arrange a visit from an expert. Not only would you lose valuable time while waiting for the expert to arrive, but you’d also have to pay for their travel.

cımō solves these issues by providing real-time, see-what-I-see capabilities. But unlike other wearables on the market, it’s both lightweight (a mere 155 grams) and durable.

But let’s zoom out and look at the bigger picture. Yes, cımō is built for practical use in a range of industrial settings – but it can also be a piece in a bigger jigsaw puzzle.

More and more companies are embracing digital transformation. That’s why cımō is designed to integrate with apps, systems, and IoT devices with ease.

It can form part of an ecosystem of AR, AI, and IoT-enhanced industrial solutions – what mōzıware’s CEO, Dr. Bo Li, has called “this new era of the Industrial Metaverse.”

Whether you’re working in manufacturing, energy, petrochemicals, or rail, cımō can be a key player in your digital transformation.

It can empower your frontline staff, give them greater decision-making tools, improve their safety, and save you money.

Does it all sound too good to be true? Let’s take a look at the product.

An introduction to the mōzıware cımō

cımō is a record-breaker. It’s the world’s first pocket-sized wearable computer. It’s also the lightest. At just 155 grams, it weighs about the same as a snooker ball.

Lightweight means comfort. It means portability. It means scalability. But it means all these things without any sacrifice in quality.

cımō has world-class cameras that can be used for crisp, seamless remote collaboration and data capture.

It’s truly hands-free. Users can operate it with easy-to-use voice commands, meaning fewer distractions.

Frontline staff can be hooked up with remote experts in an instant. And the expert, whether they’re in the same city or on a different continent, can see what they see – with world-beating precision.

What are the advantages of mōzıware cımō in terms of product power?

For such a petite product, cımō boasts an impressive array of features.

First, it has two HDR cameras. These provide crisp, stabilized video no matter how long-distance the call you’re making.

It’s built for industrial use. That means it’s dustproof, water-resistant, and sturdy (it’s been drop-tested from 1.5 meters). Staff in noisy settings can take advantage of its industrial noise cancellation feature.

It’s comfortable and easy to use – both at the physical level, with its smooth, adjustable boom, and in terms of user experience. Intuitive voice commands mean the user can keep their hands free.

cımō’s AR display module unlocks world-class remote collaboration tools. A remote expert, for instance, can digitally annotate whatever the frontline worker is looking at.

In practice, this means that guesswork is all but eliminated. Communication between frontline staff and remote experts is smooth, with no more “That one there?” or “The red wire on the right?”

The same is true of cımō’s laser pointer. We’re going to post a deep dive into this feature at a later date, but the main thing to know is that this laser pointer is another invaluable tool for reducing guesswork and improving accuracy.

Let’s say a member of your frontline team is in a high-risk or hazardous environment. Their safety is paramount. Using the laser pointer, they can quickly identify whatever it is that needs fixing. This is so much more accurate than describing the issue to a colleague.

There’s more to the laser pointer – from image capture to barcode scanning – but overall, it’s another example of how the cımō can close skills gaps, keep workers safe and boost remote collaboration.

Security and simplicity

When it comes to AR and IoT-ready devices, high security is crucial. That’s why the cımō comes fitted with fingerprint scanning technology.

This isn’t just about security – although fingerprint scanning is one of the most secure ways of logging in that exists. It’s also a real time-saver. No more fussing around with passwords and logins – just a simple action.

In fact, fingerprint scanning and voice commands are two sides of the same coin. They both make the device as user-friendly as possible without any compromise on quality.

We’re proud that we’ve managed to pack so much into such a lightweight device – and we’re confident that it will create a whole range of benefits for your company, whatever the sector.

How can the mōzıware cımō benefit you?

All of these features are built for a purpose: to improve data capture and remote collaboration in industrial settings, to keep frontline staff safe, and to give them new, user-friendly tools for faster decision-making.

In terms of safety, this is a truly hands-free device. Workers in hazardous work environments can stay focused. You’ll see an overall reduction in cognitive load as frontline staff deal with problems safely, quickly, and effectively.

It’s the lightest wearable on the market – but it’s ruggedized for industrial use. It’s smart and powerful, but easy to use.

On average, remote collaboration can save you around £92 a visit. It’s a device that allows you to be in touch with the expertise you need without flying people onsite.

Overall, the mōzıware cımō can be a key player in your company’s digital transformation. It can seamlessly integrate with a multitude of enterprise systems, apps, and third-party IoT devices.

MAKING EVERY DOER SUPER.  mōzıware is a pioneer in accelerating digital transformation through leading-edge wearable technologies and solutions. Want to see cımō in action? Sign up for a free demo.