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Toshiba Enhances Voice Commands and Camera Capabilities for Vision De Suite 2.0

By Chrissie Cluney
January 02, 2019

Toshiba America Client Solutions, Inc. has made available new advanced capabilities for its AR software to create Vision DE Suite 2.0.


New features include voice commands, enhanced camera capabilities, video collaboration call log and a customizable splash screen. The upgraded software is now available for purchase on the Toshiba website with the addition of a free upgrade to existing Vision DE Suite customers.

Vision DE Suite 2.0 also delivers live video collaboration call, photo capture, video capture, PDF, photo and video viewer, real-time file synchronization, remote management console, flexible navigation/control and real-time alerts.

The product has the distinction of being Toshiba’s software engine designed to maximize the functionality of the company’s innovative AR solution called dynaEdge AR Smart Glasses. Toshiba’s smart glasses are a completely wearable Augmented Reality (AR) solution. They combine the power of a Windows 10 Pro PC with the robust feature set of industrial-grade smart glasses. Designed for enterprise customers, Toshiba’s dynaEdge AR Smart Glasses packages the company’s new dynaEdge AR100 Head Mounted Display (HMD) with its dynaEdge Mobile Mini PC for a completely wearable PC system maximizing mobility, productivity and security without compromising flexibility.

“With these new enhancements to Vision DE Suite 2.0 we have improved the overall productivity and efficiency of the dynaEdge AR Smart Glasses and continue to help businesses mobilize their frontline and field workers,” said Carl Pinto, VP, marketing and engineering, Toshiba America Client Solutions. “The ability to use one’s voice is a game changer and allows a professional equipped with our AR solution to maintain their focus on a specific task and improve business outcomes.”

The added bonus of the voice capabilities to the Vision DE Suite 2.0 gives users the ability to navigate menus, take photos and record video with simple voice commands. The camera enhancements improve both the video and photo functionality. When taking pictures and capturing video, users can now control the image resolution to best suit their needs.


Chrissie Cluney has been a correspondent for IoT Evolution World since 2015. She holds a degree in English with a concentration in writing from the College of Saint Elizabeth.

Edited by Ken Briodagh
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