|Supplier Slogan||1st smart glove for industries||Empowering frontline workers through augmented reality and wearable computing worldwide. Our motto: wear IT at work|
|Revenue||< $10m||< $10m||< $10m|
|Employees||11 - 50||< 10||51 - 200|
|Website||Open website||Open website||Open website|
ProGlove develops smart gloves that enable manufacturing and logistics staff to work faster, safer and easier. Process steps can be documented hands free whilst instant feedback to its user is received. Therefore, ergonomics, efficiency and quality is improved. ProGlove is a Munich-based company founded in December 2014 by former BMW and IDEO employees. After becoming third in the Intel “Make It Wearable” Challenge, the smart glove has already been recognized by BMW, Festo, Siemens, and other Board Executives. The startup has successfully closed its first funding round of $2.2 million in late May, led by Intel Capital, GETTYLAB and Bayern Kapital.
As one of the leading ruggedized computing solution supplier, Getac offers the most extensive rugged computing product lines covering from notebook, tablets and handhelds, and the ruggedness level ranges from fully rugged, semi-rugged to business rugged. All products utilize state of the art technologies, and meet with international testing criteria, such as MIL-STD 810G, IP ratings (IP54, IP65, IP67), and 461E. Getac rugged products are applicable for a wide range of fields, crossing defense, law enforcement, public safety, utility, field service, oil and gas, telecommunications, transportation, manufacturing and mobile workforce.
Ubimax is a leading supplier for industrial wearable computing and Augmented Reality solutions which are deployed by organizations.
Getac provides excellent, customized service to satisfy the varying requirements of different vertical market segments. Since its establishment, Getac (Optoelectronics Product Business Center) has made several technology breakthroughs over the last two decades, such as industrial leading sunlight readable panel technology QuadraClear™, Night Vision without Goggle, power saving technology, and launching the industrial’s first resistive multi-touch touch screen ruggedized computing solutions. Component Modules Business Apart from computing business, the merge acquisition of MiTAC Precision Technology in 2007 has enabled Getac to expand its business scale in the component module business, and the action to acquire Waffer Technolgy Corporation in 2009 is also a major milestone which takes Getac to become the third largest magnesium-alloy mechanical component supplier in the world. Its primary business includes tooling and mass production, ranging from design, mockup, tooling to plastic injection, stamping to coating, magnesium-alloy die-casting as well as printing and post-production assembly services, serving customers in the 3C and automotive industries. Getac component modules business is fully supported by innovative fabrication technology and vertical integration advantage, capable of supporting comprehensive customized service according to customer specifications, with its uncompromising quality and service commitment much sought after and recognized by major global leading producers.
Ubimax Frontline is the world's first unfying wearable computing platform, including the smart glass solutions “xPick” for intralogistics processes, “xMake” for manufacturing and quality Assurance procedures, “xInspect” to support service and maintenance technicians and “xAssist” for remote assistance functionality.
FESTO, ŠKODA, John Deere, Audi, Mahle, BMW, Penny Logistics
DHL, Schinellecke, Samsung SDS, KONI, Volkswagen, John Deere, WS System, Intel
|Technologies||Wearables||Platform as a Service (PaaS)Wearables||Analytics & ModelingWearables|
|Industries||AerospaceAutomotiveRetail||AutomotiveMiningNational Security & DefenseOil & GasSecurity & Public SafetyTransportationUtilities|
|Use Cases||Asset Lifecycle Management||Manufacturing System AutomationWarehouse Automation|
|Functions||Discrete ManufacturingLogistics & TransportationProcess Manufacturing||Discrete ManufacturingWarehouse & Inventory Management|
|Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)||None||None||None|
|Platform as a Service (PaaS)||None||Minor||None|
|Application Infrastructure & Middleware||None||None||None|
|Analytics & Modeling||None||None||Minor|
|Cybersecurity & Privacy||None||None||None|
|Networks & Connectivity||None||None||None|
|Processors & Edge Intelligence||None||None||None|
|Automation & Control||None||None||None|