Yes, Manifest by Taqtile is architected to work in a variety of environments.
Many AR-enabled work instruction solutions are designed to be delivered and in a software as a service (SAAS). This is an incredibility convenient way to use software as it minimizes traditional IT hurdles such as installation and maintenance that can slow down the adoption or use of technology.
However, for some organizations, such as those with critical security and privacy concerns or austere environments that are isolated, remote or lack connectivity for other reasons, deploying AR-enabled work instructions fully on-premise without any connectivity to the internet or outside networks may be required. Most work instruction solutions available today, do not support such deployments. However, solutions such as Taqtile’s Manifest, will support on-premise deployments. Typically, a solution would need to be architected with a modern, containerized architecture so the software could run in a hosted, cloud environment or on a dedicated, on-premise server.
Taqtile’s Manifest solution was designed to be deployed as a SAAS or on-premise. Manifest’s containerized architecture allows it to be deployed in private clouds, on edge networks, or on an air-gapped, disconnected network on-premise. And Manifest’s complete capabilities are available with any options. So that means organizations deploying Manifest on-premise will have access to AR-enabled work instructions, integrated remote assistance and collaboration, job management and reporting, and a broad set of integration capabilities.