Note: All components here are available upon request. Please contact your Customer Success Manager.
The Bluetooth Pairing component allows the pairing of the HMD with a selected Bluetooth device. The Bluetooth devices are shown with a ranking number that denotes the strength of the signal. This helps the user to connect to the closest device with the strongest signal. The optimum connections are shown in green under the Available Devices list on the smart glasses screen.
The Bluetooth Pairing component is used in workflows that are related to Communication and Collaboration (connecting the wearables to utilize the visual output), Safety and Environment (monitoring vital signs, tracking sensory values, visualizing the state of smart clothing) Laboratory (utilizing equipment to generate direct feedback and visualize parameters), Maintenance, Repair and Operations (visualizing machinery and system outputs to support procedures and documenting them).
Allows the user to configure the device type, connection mode, and identifier and use the toggle options for Auto Connection and Skip Device Info.
- connected: Transition to check whether the connection was successful or not. Assign value False if the connection failed, True if the connection was successful.
The Code Comparison component allows users to compare the codes that are equal, one containing the other, one starting with the other, and one ending with the other. All are displayed as First Code and Second Code on the screen as two lines.
The Code Comparison component is used in workflows that are related to Production (supporting material/equipment management, identifying tools), Logistics (manual picking, sorting, storing, packing) Maintenance, Repair and Operations (inspecting tools, parts, and equipment), Quality Assurance (cross-checking the item selection) and Authorization (matching access code and personalized codes).
- Comparison: Allows the user to choose how to compare the two codes (Equals, Contains, Ends with, Starts with) and use the toggle option to have more than two codes to compare.
- Labels: Allows the user to configure the title of the component UI and the names of the first code and the second code.
- Result Text: Allows the user to configure the text that will be displayed in the cases of success and failure.
- Additional Features: Allows the user to use the toggle options for Use camera as scanner and Save results for reporting.
- Advance Settings: Allows the user to use the toggle options for Reporting.
- matching: Transition to check whether the last comparison by the user was successful. Assign False if the comparison failed, and True if the comparison was successful.
- output: Transition based on the last scanned code. Assign the value of the last scanned code, for example, "1234".
- selected_button: Transition based on the button the user selected_button last selected. Assign the value of the last button selected in ALL CAPS, for example, "RETURN" or "CONTINUE”.
The Email component allows users to write emails by using speech to speech-to-write feature and send them on the go to Frontline Experts while executing tasks.
The Email component is used in workflows that are related to Production (sending information to the production line and managers), Maintenance, Repair and Operations (sending reports about the inspection/repair processes, summarizing, and asking for support), and Quality Assurance (sending information about quality deficiencies/process errors without leaving the workplace).
Allows the user to configure the title of the component UI, the subject of the email (up to 3000 characters), recipients of the email, and use the toggle option for Email Speech to Text.
- selected_button: Transitions are based on the button the user selected. Assign the value of the last selected button. For example, Return and Continue.
The GPS component allows users’ GPS positions to be logged into task details.
Note: This component has no UI and therefore the user will not be able to see it.
The GPS component is used in workflows that are related to Localization (tracking employees’ position and providing instructions accordingly), Field Operations (finding nearby operators, locating Frontline Workers for assignments, and geofencing), Emergency and Safety (forwarding position data to emergency forces for full traceability) and Security (recording movements, tracking of guard when performing patrols and navigation for outdoor operations).
Allows the user to configure the identifier.
The Hologram component allows users to visualize 3D models and interact with them via gestures (fingers, hand movements, and eye tracking).
The Hologram component is used in workflows that are related to Training (visualizing scalable and interactive 3D model and platform contents, familiarizing with Mixed Reality visions), Design and Engineering (using visualizations for collaborative tasks, prototyping for systems and equipment), Sales and Customer Presentation (MR presentations allowing interactive visualizations), Operations (using interactive models for showing the best practices in complex operations and MR guidance for machine tooling) and Maintenance and Repair (guidance in disassembling processes, MR workspace for service technicians, spatial service history review).
Allows the user to configure the title of the component UI, text, and hologram (3D models).
- selected_buttons: Transitions are based on the button the user selected. Assign the value of the last selected button. For example, Return and Continue.