HOUSTON, April 23, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- In its 34th year, IHRS CERAWeek - considered the "Davos" of the energy world, is hosting 2,800+ senior energy executives, government officials and thought leaders from over 50 countries. As one of the select Energy Innovation Pioneers among the 250+ Speakers - Wearable Intelligence's founder & CEO Yan-David Erlich showcased enterprise solutions that customers have already incorporated into their workforce. Erlich reinforced that access to digital knowledge and communication tools will transform the productivity of industrial "hands-busy" work and that the field will be where wearables first prove themselves as essential to growth and efficiency, within the oil and gas industry and beyond.
By bringing digital solutions to the global industrial workforce, WI has provided its customers access to digital content and communication tools that continue to transform the lives and productivity of the industrial operator. Their digital toolkit provides operators access to best practice standard operating procedures, up-to-date training, and the ability to communicate effortlessly with experts and supervisors. Wearable Intelligence has provided technology that allows workers to stay focused on the work-at-hand, while having instantaneous access to important data necessary to get the job done right the first time.
Wearable Intelligence's creativity, feasibility of plan, scalability of technology, and leadership team, led to their inclusion as one of seventeen IHS CERAWeek 2015 Energy Innovation Pioneers. The Energy Innovation Pioneers program, held annually in conjunction with IHS CERAWeek, aims to identify the most innovative and distinctive new technologies in the energy spectrum, including upstream oil and gas, alternative fuels, water management, automotive, monitoring and assessment, energy efficiency, carbon capture, renewables and electric storage.
About Wearable Intelligence
Wearable Intelligence is a technology company building the digital toolkit for the "hands-busy" industrial worker, with a focus on the energy sector but spanning industries including manufacturing and construction. Whereas knowledge workers have greatly benefited from access to digital content and communication tools, most industrial, "hands-busy" workers still work largely with paper, phones, and over-the-shoulder help. Wearable Intelligence has built an enterprise-grade product suite that is intended to address multibillion dollar market problems, including procedural nonadherence, nonproductive time, safety, and quality by bringing operators into the digital age with a solution that is built on the latest in information technology including wearables. The company's client list includes members of the Global Fortune 500. Investors include Lightspeed Ventures, First Round Capital, Andreessen Horowitz, Google Ventures, and Kleiner Perkins. Schlumberger and Saudi Aramco Energy Ventures are strategic backers. www.wearableintelligence.com
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