Sony announced today that provide skilled British airline Virgin Atlantic their wearable Soup SmartWatch 3 and SmartEyeglass to “simplify and accelerate the communication of technical assistance” among employees.
Clarifies that these devices will be equipped with airline staff working at the airport Heathrow. The experiment will last for several months and will start from next week.
This, incidentally, is already the second time that Virgin Atlantic has sought assistance from Sony.
A year ago, the company’s staff magazine received a temporary use Sony Smartwatch 2 and Google Glass, to welcome the first-class passengers by name.
It is assumed that SmartEyeglass Developer Edition will be used to transmit video in real time between engineers and owners offer 3 SmartWatch notice and operational link.
Director of Virgin Atlantic, Phil Maher, commented on the news: “We are proud of our innovative activities, to ensure the best experience for our customers.
We want to understand what the new can bring to our work technology. This is a great way to give people instant access to information for more efficient discharge of their official duties.”
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