A design sketch for the successor to the enterprise version of Google Glass was leaked through the FTC, and Mysmartprice managed to spot it. While this more or less confirms an update, the FTC listing didn't list actual specifications for the product. While the consumer-oriented Google glasses were a flop, the enterprise version of the glasses appear to have been very successful, as the product's page lists numerous customers and applications. When Google introduced the Glass Enterprise Edition last year, it introduced a few notable upgrades such as longer battery life, faster Wi-Fi speeds, improved performance, an 8MP resolution camera, and more. While no details are available currently, it is likely that the Google Glass Enterprise Edition 2 comes with a few similar upgrades. Battery life is expected to be further improved compared to the Glass Enterprise Edition, along with a higher resolution camera module. The Google Glass is a hands-free device that has been designed for hands-on workers. Google claims the Glass helps workers remain focused on high-value work as it removes distractions and they can activate the right application simply by saying 'OK Glass'. Google Glass can be used by workers to access training videos, quality assurance checklists, and seek expertise from coworkers in an instant. Workers can even invite others to see what they are seeing through a live video stream, enabling them to collaborate with others and troubleshoot any problems in real-time. Without the Glass, workers would usually need to leave their workstation or use another device to access the required information.