It is apropos that Android be a leader in GPS wearables. The most widely used mobile operating system merges the real world with the virtual one more seamlessly than any rival. If all artificial intelligence was as cute and helpful at Bugdroid, maybe folks like Stephen Hawking and Bill Gates wouldn’t be making ominous predictions of it bringing about the ultimate destruction of mankind.
Why wearable technology is good
If knowledge is power, then think of what you can accomplish with access to a near limitless amount of information about cargo and equipment immediately available, allowing you to work more efficiently and benefit from technology that is the result of decades of enterprise usage. Regardless of the industry, the workforce is becoming more mobile. Wearable technology allows collaboration of people miles apart. You can speak to a person across the country as if they are standing next to you, and without stopping what you are doing. They can see exactly what you are seeing in real time.
The first GPS tracking devices for mass-market use rolled out just 12 short years ago. Those devices were slow and not nearly as accurate as the technology available in practically every smartphone today. As the physical world and virtual world integrate more cohesively, technology that uses GPS and Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) helps companies operate more skillfully by providing precise information about equipment, inventory, cargo, and shipments as they get near it. Companies that make effective use of available GPS solutions have a distinct advantage over those that stick to operating the same way they have for years.
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