Vancouver, Canada — Recon Instruments, the award-winning technology company behind the world’s first consumer smart goggles for sports and high-intensity environments, today announced it has been working with SAP to integrate its new Jet smart eyewear with augmented reality (AR) mobile apps from SAP SE (NYSE: SAP).
I’m pleased to report that Jet development is still on track for first shipment to pre-order customers this quarter. Feedback from beta testers has been excellent and this week, we are receiving pre-production samples from our USA-based manufacturer. More detail on these milestones, as well as the launch of ReconOS 4, can be found below.
I’m pleased to report that Jet’s progress continues to be excellent and that we are tracking well for late January – March first ship-to-market. Product validation samples from our manufacturer were received earlier this month and are being prepped for our field testing crew.
It’s been a busy month since the July 18 update and I’m pleased to report excellent progress on Jet’s development as well as a significant and positive event in our company history. I had wanted to deliver this update to you on August 7 but to do so would have meant sharing incomplete information. My apologies for the delay and thanks for your understanding.
Vancouver, Canada — Recon Instruments, the award-winning technology company behind the world’s leading consumer smart glass for sports and high intensity environments, is pleased to announce their participation, in conjunction with Motorola Solutions, at the Association of Public Safety Communications Officials (APCO) Trade Show August 3-6 in New Orleans, LA.
Since the last update on June 5th, the Recon development team has been making excellent progress towards finalizing the Jet. I’d like to share with you some of the highlights from the past month, which has focused on intensive field testing and refinement of the user experience.