LMG Lends a Hand to Hands-Free Companies

By June 12, 2019Blog

Innovations in hands-free technology are having a profound effect on businesses and consumers alike.

LMG has been at the forefront of this emerging trend working with a variety of companies offering game-changing hands-free products.

In 2017, LMG launched the RealWear HMT-1, the world’s first hands-free wearable rugged Android tablet for industrial workers. LMG secured worldwide media coverage for the company, resulting in universal acclaim for RealWear’s innovation and numerous awards including a Frost & Sullivan 2017 North American New Product Innovation Award. Since the launch, RealWear has continued to thrive and expand. Most recently, the company announced a deal to supply all 347 BMW Centers and selected MINI Dealers in the U.S. with Ubimax Frontline running on RealWear HMT-1 devices.

On the consumer side, LMG has teamed up with several motorcycle helmet and technology companies delivering hands-free, heads-up display (HUD) innovation to make riding safer and smarter. In 2013, LMG took an unknown company called SKULLY Helmets and made it one of the most anticipated motorcycle helmets of all time. LMG secured more than 500 media placements globally for the company, which ultimately led to thousands of preorders and the most successful Indiegogo tech & wearable campaign. SKULLY has delivered its helmet to the market and remains a leader in the HUD motorcycle helmet category.

Since SKULLY, LMG has continued to work with other HUD motorcycle technology companies including NUVIZ, and is now set to bring Forcite smart helmets to the US market in 2019.

LMG remains excited about the future of hands-free devices and looks forward to working with the next-generation of companies aimed at leveraging groundbreaking technology to improve our lives.

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