ProGlove “Owns” The Global Glove Scanner Market

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The wearable tech pioneer ends 2023 with robust growth, a continuous innovation streak, and a strong IP position as critical success factors


CHICAGO, December 5, 2023 – Despite challenging market conditions, ProGlove will end 2023 with robust growth. The wearable tech pioneer has delivered double-digit revenue growth for the year to date through September 2023. ProGlove’s continuous innovation combined with its extremely strong IP position are the key success factors driving this positive trend.


ProGlove celebrates new and existing customers in 2023


ProGlove continues to win projects with some of the most prestigious industrial brands in the world. New customers include Book Depot, REICHHART and FINE DINING & LIVING. But the inventor of the glove scanner is also expanding sales with existing customers. In 2023, ProGlove expanded its business with brands such as GAP, coop, DHL and others. In addition, ProGlove sells significantly to the world’s largest retailers.


ProGlove innovates and collaborates to meet market needs


ProGlove’s continued growth is fueled by a steady stream of market-focused advancements on both the hardware and software fronts. In addition to launching a flexible range barcode scanner, the wearable tech pioneer is expanding its cutting-edge stack of software solutions to include a multi-scanning option as well as a set of powerful device management capabilities that are in high demand. ProGlove is also expanding its strategic partnerships with some of the world’s most iconic brands. Examples include support for the Apple Watch. Finally, ProGlove is addressing the industry’s need for collaborative automation by building the CollaboMation network with partners such as Locus Robotics, GreyOrang, Geek+, ResGreen, iFollow and MotionMiners.


ProGlove secures its market leadership with strong IP portfolio


A highly competitive IP position leverages ProGlove’s superior market proposition. The company holds more than 80 patents for 30 inventions, including US and German basic patents protecting the back of the hand scanner. This allows the company to protect its interests against IP and patent infringement.


ProGlove aims to activate human-centered productivity with next-gen wearable devices


“Our mission is to enable our customers to unlock exponential optimization potential they never knew they had,” said Stefan Lampa, CEO of ProGlove. “Therefore, we are committed to delivering technology that activates human-centered productivity. This is especially important in the present global market uncertainty, as it provides stability and addresses current challenges. We are working tirelessly to develop the multi-functional and intuitive solutions that will provide a secure path to the future through the next generation of wearable devices. I am confident that the innovations we will launch in 2024 will contribute to this goal.”


About ProGlove

Founded in 2014, ProGlove provides smart wearable scanner solutions that fuel a continual stream of worker-driven productivity gains. More than 2,000 global industrial customers trust in ProGlove’s innovations. Organizations deploy them to optimize worker experience, maximize uptime, and get more done with existing teams. The company’s hard- and software solutions augment the boots on the ground and promote human-machine collaboration. This brings speed, accuracy, guidance, and ergonomics to the shopfloor workers. Thus, ProGlove’s wearable tech solutions provide organizations with unique shopfloor and device data points. This powerful combination of soft- and hardware enables significant process optimizations, error reductions, and worker well-being enhancements. Pioneers and innovators of all sizes in automotive, manufacturing, retail, and logistics rely on ProGlove. Users report productivity gains of up to 20 per cent and up to 33 per cent fewer errors. With each scan, they can leverage time savings of up to 6 seconds per scan. ProGlove’s customers include organizations such as BMW, DHL, Gap Inc. and Lufthansa Technik Logistik Services. The wearable tech pioneer employs more than 350 people from over 30 countries with offices in Chicago (US), Coventry (UK), Munich (Germany), and Belgrade (Serbia). More information is available at