Smart Glasses: Balancing expectations and reality – Thought Leader Interview with Dan Abramowicz, CTO, and Alberto Rodriguez, Digital Optimization Team Leader at Crown Holdings, Inc.
Smart glasses enabled Crown Holdings to continue to carry out plant trials even in the face of a pandemic. However, as travel restrictions and social distancing measures have been dropped, so have the use cases for smart glasses. Learn about the areas in which Crown finds value in using smart glasses and how they plan to use them as the technology matures.
Get the full story of Crown’s use of smart glasses during the pandemic here.
Dan Abramowicz is Crown’s Chief Technology Officer with global responsibility for innovation and technology development across Crown’s business platforms, including a diverse range of metal packaging for food, beverages and consumer products. Before joining Crown, Dr. Abramowicz was a Technical Director in GE’s Global Research Center. Dr. Abramowicz received his B.S. degree in Chemistry and his B.A. degree in Mathematics from St. Francis University and his M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Physical Chemistry from Princeton University. Dr. Abramowicz is an active volunteer for non-profit organizations and he is currently serving in several leadership roles with such organizations, including Salus University, The Franklin Institute, and Conwell-Egan Catholic High School. Dr. Abramowicz has received several alumni honors, including election to the Wall-of Fame of Conwell-Egan Catholic High School, recognition as a Distinguished Alumnus in Science from St. Francis University, and membership in the Andrew Fleming West Society of Princeton University.
Alberto Rodriguez is a Digital Optimization Team Leader at Crown Holdings, Inc.