ICONICS is a global automation software developer, five-time Microsoft Partner of the Year, and provider of advanced web-enabled OPC UA and BACnet certified visualization, analytics, and mobile solutions for any energy, manufacturing, industrial or building automation application. ICONICS announces the integration of its human machine interface (HMI) software technology with the HMT-1™ head mounted industrial wearable, a 100% hands-free tablet class device from RealWear™.

ICONICS GENESIS64™ HMI/SCADA and building automation suite (V10.95) includes Any Glass technology that can be used with self-contained head-wearable computing devices. This combination of ICONICS software with hardware like RealWear’s HMT-1 allows users to visualize real-time and historical data KPIs with voice driven, hands-free usage.

Featuring an intuitive, completely hands-free interface, the RealWear HMT-1 is a fully rugged head-worn solution for industrial IoT data visualization, remote video collaboration, technical documentation, assembly and maintenance instructions and streamlined inspections right to the eyes and ears of workers in harsh and loud field and manufacturing environments.

“ICONICS partnered with RealWear to make the invisible visible,” said Russ Agrusa, President and CEO of ICONICS. “Combining ICONICS’ superior visualization HMI/SCADA software with the RealWear HMT-1 provides an ideal solution for customers who require a hands-free interface to interact with untapped data in their organizations.”

“The HMT-1 was expressly designed for visualization of industrial IoT data in real-time, fully hands-free in loud and rugged environments. Using the power of HTML5 with RealWear’s noise-robust voice-control markup language, ICONICS was able to quickly create an ergonomic and safe human machine interface for industrial workers leveraging the full visualization power of the GENESIS64 suite”, said Sanjay Jhawar, President and Chief Product Officer at RealWear. “Together, we provide a total solution for wearable, hands-free mobile visualization for field workers in energy, process control, manufacturing and other industries.”