IoT Breakthrough Awards recognizes Onyx smart wearable walkie-talkie
IoT Breakthrough has selected Orion Labs, the fast-growing voice platform for teams, for its 2018 “IoT Wearables Innovation Vendor of the Year” award.
Orion Labs was recognized for its innovative product Onyx, the smart, wearable walkie-talkie, which delivers realtime voice services to anyone, across any distance. The Onyx IoT wearable and the Orion Pro subscription service will enable seamless, powerful voice collaboration and automation, scaling to teams of all sizes.
Award validates Orion’s focus on IoT wearables and voice services for business
“Industry analysts predict voice is the fastest-growing user interface for the workplace. Orion delivers IoT wearables and voice services that give super powers to today’s workforce,” said Jesse Robbins, CEO of Orion Labs. “We’re thrilled to be recognized.”
“Voice technology frees people to focus on work that matters, rather than focusing on fitting themselves to their tools,” said Ellen Juhlin, Head of Product at Orion Labs. “The IoT Breakthrough awards further validate how Orion will drive IoT wearables technology to enhance team productivity and collaboration.”
“At the heart of the IoT Breakthrough Awards is innovative connected technology that is revolutionizing consumer and businesses products and services worldwide,” stated James Johnson, managing director, IoT Breakthrough. “Orion Labs is delivering on this promise of innovation with Onyx, a sleek and modern smart walkie-talkie wearable that helps facilitate team communication at touch of a button. We congratulate Orion Labs for their innovation, and we are excited to recognize the Company as the winner of our “IoT Wearables Innovation Vendor of the Year” award.”
About the IoT Breakthrough Awards
IoT Breakthrough is an independent organization that recognizes the top companies, technologies and products in the global Internet-of-Things (IoT) market. The mission of the IoT Breakthrough Awards program is to recognize innovators and visionaries in a range of IoT categories, including Connected Home, Enterprise IoT, and more. Over 3,000 companies submitted entries for the awards. An independent panel of experts within the IoT industry reviewed the entries and selected outstanding entrants as winners.