You must be aware of Google’s first pair of smart glasses launched in 2014. However, developers have come up with an improved version of Google’s latest wearable, the Google Glass Enterprise edition 2 which certainly is a turning point for tech giants.

The original edition of Google Glass Enterprise was designed to help workers in a variety of industries like logistics, and manufacturing to field services. It helped people do their jobs effectively by ensuring they get hands-free access to the information and equipment needed to complete their work. The glass could be used by workers to access the checklist, send inspection photos or videos, view instructions, etc. For the initial period, the Google Glass Enterprise edition original gained some importance and improved the productivity and performance of the workers.

Google Glass Enterprise Edition

Google Glass Enterprise Edition

Nevertheless, it failed and Google developed an improved version of Google Glass Enterprise– Edition 2. This model was specifically designed for businesses and offered several new features like mobility, collaboration, performance, and efficiency.

Current reports suggest that big companies have implemented Google Glass Enterprise Edition 2 and have received improved performance and efficiency. But, what to it offers? Let’s find out.

Google Enterprise for Glass 2: Design

The Google glass for enterprises edition 2 is extremely compact and lightweight. They are water-resistant and dust-proof. Unlike the original model, the latest edition features new safety frames that are durable enough for robust mechanical environments like construction zones.

Google Glass Enterprise Edition

The improved edition comes with better battery power, besides being compatible with Android enterprise mobile device management. It hence increased flexibility and mobility, especially for delayed workers and remote users.

The glass’s design is sleek and discrete and that’s advantageous. It’s not bulkier like its previous model.

Google Enterprise for Glass 2: Performance

The device offers power savings mode, along with better support for computer vision and improved machine learning capabilities. Even better glass compatible safety frames are being developed by various companies to make the device fit to be used in various rough work environments like maintenance facilities and manufacturing industries.

The camera quality of the Google Glass Enterprise Edition 2 is also enhanced. Connectivity features include a USB C port that offers fast charging facilities and extended battery life. This ultimately allows customers to use the device for a long time.

Considering the model of the original and improved version, one cannot see many striking differences. But what’s different is the quality of performance of the improved edition.

The second version of Google Glass is equipped with the Qualcomm XR1 platform which significantly increases its processing power. That’s the first difference we notice between both devices. Secondly, the latest Google Glass Enterprise edition 2 device features an 8 MB camera, 640-pixel x, 360-pixel RGB display, and 32 GB of memory. Besides users can also use wink and blink sensors and a USB C port that provides wider functionality.

Another striking difference between edition 2 and the original edition is that the former is entirely built on android. Hence, now it’s extremely easy for not only developers to build on but also organizations that look forward to integrating their existing applications and APIs.

A similar feature that one can notice between the original edition and its successor is both completely voice-controlled. Hence, it’s extremely useful for workers where freehand movement is required. They can utilize this device’s features to get things done efficiently without having to stop their work.

Right now, the Google Glass Enterprise Edition 2 is doing wonders. Google has made its comeback as a reputable AR smart glasses vendor on the world map. However, whether the popularity of Google’s glass edition 2 will remain if other vendors like Apple and Facebook enter the market, we don’t know yet. But for now, things look good for Google AR. The price of the device is slightly high. Nevertheless, it’s worth buying, especially if you consider its wide range of applications.

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