The RealWear HMT-1 is a powerful, fully-rugged Android computer that is worn on the head and replaces the touch screen with an articulated micro-display, giving the appearance of a 7-inch tablet screen.

In association with White Oak Capital Group and RealWear, ATS is excited to offer the leading industrial wearable on the planet – the HMT-1 – and the world’s first and only intrinsically safe industrial wearable – the HMT-1Z1.

Leading Industrial Wearable on the Planet


World’s first hands-free Android™ tablet class wearable computer for industrial workers.

2018 NED Innovation Award Winner

World’s first hands-free Android™ tablet class wearable computer for industrial workers.

Better than a Tablet. Smarter than Glass

HMT-1 is faster, safer and smarter then either a tablet or smart glasses.

Compliance & Safety

Designed with safety in mind to help keep your eyes up and your hands on the job.

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Fully Rugged – Purpose Built For Industry

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World’s first and only intrinsically safe ATEX Zone 1 and CSAC1/D1 certified fully rugged head-mounted device. Use it in wet, dusty, hot, dangerous environments.

Intrinsically Safe

Intrinsically Designed

Intrinsically Smart

Intrinsically Rugged



Better than a tablet.
Smarter than glass.

The HMT-1 has a completely hands-free voice-controlled user interface allowing workers to operate the tools and equipment needed for the job, even while climbing a scaffold or tower. Allowing the worker to maintain full situational awareness and maximum productivity, HMT-1 is faster, safer and smarter than either a tablet or smart glasses.


Real Problems.  Real Solutions.


Visual assist and remote mentor solutions on the RealWear HMT-1 enable workers in the field to get assistance from experienced technicians (“mentors”) via a video call.

The HMT-1, with its high-performance HD camera and class leading noise cancelling microphones enables mentors located anywhere in the world to see what the worker is seeing, hear them clearly and coach them in real-time. Workers have their hands free to immediately perform the steps that they are being coached on.


  • Give the worker directions and push relevant documents to their display
  • Capture still images and zoom in examine fine details
  • Annotate the live video or still image
  • An experienced technician can support many less experienced colleagues
  • Reduced downtime, travel cost and repeat visits


Document Navigator gives workers in the field access to technical information in the right place at the right time. Installation instructions, wiring diagrams, construction drawings, exploded assembly diagrams, safety procedures, cutaway drawings and other critical information are accessible. 

QR codes attached to physical assets can be scanned by the HMT-1 camera in order to bring up the exact document view needed for the task at hand, on the 7-inch equivalent display. Hands-free access includes voice driven zoom and head movements for panning, an intuitive experience.


  • Eliminate the time spent searching for the right information
  • Avoid balancing a tablet, laptop or binder while handling tools or equipment
  • Reduce task time and error rates by keeping reference information in view
  • Access ‘how to’ guides, including video, to ensure tasks are performed correctly


Companies are transforming work instructions from paper manuals to digital formats that improve worker productivity and reduce operational errors.

Workflow solutions on the RealWear HMT-1 enable workers to reference text, visual and video based instructions, complete checklists, perform inspections, enter data and capture images while on the go.


  • Easily customize and publish and update workflows
  • Hands-free navigation so each workflow step can be performed immediately, and accurately
  • Studies show up to 30% reduction in task time and 88% reduction in assembly errors
  • Measure compliance and efficiency of the work flow in real time


Machines and assets increasingly are instrumented with sensors and provide current and historical data for performance monitoring, diagnostics and predictive maintenance. Yet this data is often limited to the control room, where thousands of data items are presented or must be accessed using a laptop. The field worker all too often is limited to a two-way radio to communicate with the control room employee.

The HMT-1 can access the network to present the field worker just the key IoT information for the asset at hand – based on location, or asset name or number.


  • Instant access to contextual, actionable information and data
  • Rich dashboard visualizations using HTML5 and 3D graphics
  • Hands-free navigation between dashboards

The Power of a Tablet in a Wearable Form Factor

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