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Wearable Devices Signed an Agreement With Leading Global Defense Company to Design a Proof Of Concept for Touchless Technology for Defense Grade Use

This collaboration aims to adapt Wearable Devices’ neural gesture technology for defense requirements, especially in situations where silent activation is crucial

Wearable Devices Ltd., a technology growth company specializing in artificial intelligence (“AI”)-powered touchless sensing wearables, announced today that it has signed an agreement with a global leading defense company, to design together a first of its kind prototype for defense use cases. This collaboration aims to adapt Wearable Devices’ neural gesture technology for defense requirements, especially in situations where silent activation is crucial.

Building on its recent endeavors with top-tier OEMs, this strategic alliance marks a significant milestone for Wearable Devices in expanding its reach into specialized industries. This engagement leverages both companies’ core competencies, fusing state-of-the-art touchless controls with mission critical defense applications.

“We are incredibly excited to explore the use of our gesture technology in new leading edge industries. The need for touchless, silent activation in defense contexts has been a long-standing challenge. Our collaboration with a leading global defense company will pioneer solutions that can be game-changing for the defense industry,” said Asher Dahan, Chief Executive Officer of Wearable Devices.

Wearable Devices’ Mudra technology employs an advanced neural input interface that captures nerve signals to offer touchless control. This capability enables a more natural and intuitive way to control devices.

The collaboration will involve extensive R&D to customize Mudra gesture technology to meet the stringent and unique requirements of defense operations. By merging AI, proprietary algorithms, and specialized defense needs, the agreement aims to develop products that will set new standards for efficiency, safety, and adaptability in defense tech.

The agreement includes provisions for joint developed proof of concept with a focus on providing field-tested, user-friendly solutions for defense personnel.