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1. The Future of Travel - Wearable Computing at Airports
Smart watches, smart glasses and other wearable computing devices will be part of the airport of the future, according to the latest findings from SITA Lab. The technology research team has conducted the earliest trials into the use of wearable computing at airlines and airports and issued its findings in a paper released on Thursday.Technology observers are touting wearable comput
2. Virgin Atlantic Partners SITA to Test Wearable Technology
Virgin Atlantic passengers will be the first air travelers to experience the benefits of pioneering Google Glass and Sony Smartwatch technology as they arrive at London Heathrow airport, in an innovative pilot scheme which started on Tuesday. Concierge staff in the airlines Upper Class Wing will be using the wearable technology to deliver even more personalized customer service.
3. BACtrack Wins Wearable Alcohol Biosensor Challenge
BACtrack, a company which specialises in personal and professional breathalyzers, has won the top prize in the NIHs National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA) Wearable Alcohol Biosensor Challenge. BACtrack won the US$200,000 first prize award for its prototype, BACtrack Skyn.
4. Helicopter Skylens Wearable HUD Completes Flights in Final Operational Configuration
Elbit Systems Helicopter Skylens wearable head-up display recently completed a series of successful flight tests in its final configuration mode. Entering the final flight test stages, the Skylens demonstrated a fully operational configuration with a wider field of view, higher resolution and an upgraded tracking system depicting synthetic vision as well as EVS video imagery. The
5. Elbit Systems' Skylens Wearable HUD Begins Flying in Final Configuration Onboard ATR-72/42
Elbit Systems' Skylens wearable display entered final configuration mode onboard the new ATR-72/42 series aircraft. ATR is the launch customer for Skylens, which replaces the traditional Head Up Display (HUD) with this configuration. The system can also be offered as a retrofit to ATR-600 aircraft already in service, as well as to additional potential business aviation aftermarket
6. Elbit Systems to Launch Helicopter Version of Skylens Wearable HUD at Farnborough 2014
Elbit Systems will launch the Helicopter version of the Skylens wearable head-up display for Enhanced Flight Vision System (EFVS) applications at the upcoming Farnborough Airshow 2014. Helicopter Skylens provides aircrew with a true out of the cockpit view, displaying flight symbology for day and night operation in severe weather conditions. In limited visibility conditions, the pi
7. Quebec Airport Enhances Operations with Wearable Technology
Air transport IT specialist, SITA and Qubec City Jean Lesage International Airport (YQB) have unveiled the worlds first use of the Apple Watch for an airport workforce. The airport will use the watches to connect to the SITA Airport Management solution, which is already in use at the airport, to push regular operational alerts to duty managers and ensure operations run smoothly.
8. LG Launches Fitness Tech at CES 2014
LG Electronics has launched the LG Lifeband Touch and LG Heart Rate Earphones, two wearable products that mark the companys first foray into fitness tech. Unveiled at the 2014 International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Lifeband Touch is a smart activity tracker that is compatible with heart rate monitors as well as smartphones. Meanwhile, the Heart Rate Earphones uniqu

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