What to Wear: How Wearables Could Shape Government
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The wearable tech craze has begun -- and it's not going to slow down anytime soon. In fact, new Pew Internet report revealed that wearables will have a major impact on our everyday lives. over the next decade.

Now government is getting into the wearable game. Utah's chief information officer, David Fletcher, has launched a Google Glass app that delivers real-time public transit information to users of the wearable device. The NYPD is using an app to help identify and apprehend suspects. And the federal government is looking into wearables -- U.S. Senator Charles E. Schumer wants the Department of Justice to create and fund a wearable tech to provide voluntary GPS tracking devices for children who have autism or other developmental disorders.

Though they're testing them out, when it comes to wearables, government is just at the starting point. In our recent edition of the DorobekINSIDER LIVE, Chris Dorobek and his panel of experts explored how wearables can transform the business of government.

Register for the on-demand training to learn:

  • The current state of wearables in government, and stories from experts who are on the frontlines and experimenting with the technology for the first time.

  • The costs and risks involved in taking on a new form of technology.

  • The potential benefits of wearables, including how it could cut down duplication and save time for law enforcement officials.

Know what to wear -- register for our free training today to learn how wearables can benefit government.

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