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Connected glasses to offer assisted reality solutions
The Liège-based company "Get Your Way", which makes connected glasses to offer assisted reality solutions in companies, announced on Tuesday morning that it had closed a €300,000 fundraising round to develop its activity. The start-up, run by three young people from Liège, has already signed its first contract for the use of its glasses in industry.
Get Your Way was born from an idea germinated in 2019, when the founders, students at the University of Liege, started to explore the possibilities of connected glasses to help delivery people on bikes. They soon realised that these glasses could also bring many benefits for businesses, and decided to focus on making connected glasses to offer assisted reality solutions. Their first achievement, a prototype, was developed in March 2022. Since March 2020, they have been supported by the VentureLab incubator and the recent support of WSL, and their company was established in December 2020.
The aRdent connected eyewear has an adjustable headband to fit all head sizes, and settings so that everyone can see the screen where it is most comfortable for them. The technology used allows the information to be displayed in the user's peripheral field for optimum safety. Control is from an external device, such as a smartphone or computer, which only needs Bluetooth capabilities to be connected.
Who is the proposed solution for?
The software solutions offered are simple to set up and use, even for companies that do not have extensive development resources.
"Get Your Way" is the result of the collaboration of three young people from Liège, Nicolas Dessambre, Antoine Malherbe and Pierre Jenchenne. A product of the Startech programme organised by the WSL in partnership with Sowalfin, the young Liège company is supported by VentureLab, the incubator dedicated to young entrepreneurs in Liège.