January 2002

Trends and Resources

HP Impact: Initiative studying use for wearable computers

An initiative called In Your Face Computing for Construction, Operations and Maintenance (IYFCCOM) has recently selected three pilot projects for further development. The selected pilo..

Weirauch, Wendy, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

An initiative called In Your Face Computing for Construction, Operations and Maintenance (IYFCCOM) has recently selected three pilot projects for further development. The selected pilots and lead companies are: Preventative Predictive Maintenance Inspections at Sabine River Works, DuPont Co. Internal Equipment Inspection, Sabine River Works, DuPont Co. Quality Assurance / Quality Control during Inspection, Zachry Construction Corporation. One of the goals of the IYFCCOM project is to develop and deliver wearable computer prototypes quickly. Therefore, the pilot project is under an aggressive schedu

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