How wearables will change the workplace

wearables1Wearable mini computers such as smart watches, smart rings, and smart clothes will change the workplace. Wearables will improve the way we get information about production processes, planning, customers and the status of the machinery we use for our jobs. Printers, presses and peripherals will be able to communicate with the operator, management or the customer. Details about working hours, health and availability of employees will be shared with management information systems. Lindsey Irvine, director of business development and strategic partnerships at Salesforce wrote an article in which she discusses the possibilities and pitfalls of wearables. Read the article via this link.


 

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Rob van den Braak

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