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XOEye Technologies Launches First-Person POV Sharing Eyewear and Software Stack at the 2014 International Consumer Electronics Show

Industrial-Grade Glasses Capture High Fidelity Business Data in Real-Time and Provide Live Video Streaming and Audio Collaboration, Delivering Best-in-Class Solutions for Manufacturing/Industrial Sectors

LAS VEGAS, NV -- (Marketwired) -- 01/07/14 -- XOEye Technologies, reimagining industrial business processes with HD recording and streaming eyewear and a third-party developer ecosystem, today at the 2014 International Consumer Electronics Show unveiled XOne™, an industrial-grade wearable computing device in an eyewear form factor that captures and streams high fidelity audio and visual content, enabling first-person point-of-view (POV) workplace collaboration in real-time. The company will also demonstrate its Vision™ Runtime, XOLinux operating system and Vision™ cloud-based software suite for device, user and software management.

XOEye is demonstrating the operational and safety benefits and numerous market applications of the XOne glasses and software solutions today through January 10, 2014 in the Eureka Park Tech Zone in the Venetian Hotel on Level 1, Booth #74511.

As new technologies have been enabling professionals throughout the world to work and collaborate remotely, commercial and industrial workers still require a practical telepresence solution for performing technical operations in the field alongside remote teams and management. The XOne eyewear and software suite virtually place a third party in a remote location, allowing for a shared, hands-on telepresence experience in real-time and enabling workers to perform and share manual operations, employee training, diagnostics and quality control operations with remote teams from virtually any environment.

XOEye's end-to-end solution includes its easy-to-use Vision cloud-based storage and management software for simple recording and archiving of operations for later retrieval and sharing along with applications for managing users, devices and files.

XOne Industrial-grade POV Eyewear Key Features and Highlights:
Hardware Layer

  • A sleek, robust eyewear form factor; safety-grade plastic/glass, prescription lenses available,
  • HD video recording using a 5 mega-pixel camera with options to record locally, live stream for real-time sharing, and capture still photos for data logging,
  • Microphones and speakers for two-way audio communication and collaboration,
  • Suite of sensors, including gyroscope and accelerometer for data measurement.

Firmware and Software Layers

  • Device runtime provides a rich framework for custom wearable application development,
  • Uses rich API's in provided SDK package,
  • Cloud-hosted device and service management suite allows users to organize and manage the content created and then turn that data into actionable intelligence.

"In today's increasingly distributed workplace with remote workers and field technicians performing many business-critical frontline work and customer interactions, there is a clear market opportunity to record these events and even stream them to other personnel for remote support and oversight," said Aaron Salow, CEO XOEye Technologies. "There are myriad applications for this technology, and internally our focus is on creating highly targeted solutions for key industrial segments like IT, field services, and manufacturing. We're also aggressively looking for entrepreneurs, visionaries, developers and partners to pursue other markets, which is why we are actively moving forward with our open API and our developer portal."

Pricing and Availability:
XOne eyewear will be available in Q2 2014. Specific models, color and pricing will be announced in mid-February.

For more information please visit http://xoeye.com.

About XOEye Technologies
XOEye is pioneering a renaissance in the way manufacturing, industrial and widely distributed organizations operate with industrial-grade HD recording and streaming eyewear for frontline employees. Its XOne eyewear is robust and hardened for the rigors of everyday industrial use, featuring a 5MP CMOS for HD video recording, live streaming and still photos along with high-fidelity audio capture. Now, business processes like training, remote support, sales, service and auditing can be supported remotely while improving productivity and service quality. XOEye's XOS firmware operating system and cloud-based Vision application suite are accessible through its Open API and Developer Portal, offering entrepreneurs and developers access to a world of real-time, enterprise HD video recording and streaming possibilities.

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