At this year's consumer electronics show (CES), Harman confirmed the rise of so called 'wearables' with an integration of its driver assist technology with Google Glass. The company claims it is the first tier one automotive supplier to launch an advanced driver assistance system (ADAS) implementation on wearable devices such as Google Glass. Harman's data also suggests that the wearables sector is a growing market and is projected to exceed US$5 billion in 2016. Matthew Beecham spoke to Harman's President of Automotive Services David Slump about the technology and the company's plans for it.
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