Taqtile announces $5M equity raise supporting global deployment of Manifest, the leading AR-enabled work instruction platform that is fundamentally changing how companies support their employees with modern digital tools, and improve the overall safety and performance of their businesses.
The Manifest enterprise SaaS platform is digitizing complex inspection processes, delivering more accountable methods for tracking inspection results and data, and enabling efficient resolution processes.
As part of Nokia’s Digital Automation Cloud (DAC) application catalog, Manifest enriches the experience of frontline users by providing reliable real-time access to digital manuals and guidance and other invaluable company-centric knowledge.
The “industrial metaverse,” a term companies like Microsoft, Nvidia, and Siemens use to describe VR and other augmented reality in manufacturing, is arguably outpacing its more hyped, social-and-games counterpart.
The XR Association (XRA), the premier trade association representing major tech firms for virtual, augmented, and mixed reality, announced it expanded its organization with eight new members including Taqtile.
The Manifest work-instruction platform from Taqtile now offers built-in support of Microsoft Azure Remote Rendering, delivering digital twins and incredibly detailed 3D content once only available to CAD engineers. This hyper-realistic 3D content is accessible to deskless employees via the HoloLens 2, enabling frontline workers to complete tasks more efficiently, thoroughly, and safely within the immersive Manifest AR-enabled environment.
Accelerated technician retirements are leaving a major skills gap within MRO, but one startup believes its augmented reality (AR) technology could make it quicker and easier for experts to pass down their knowledge to the next generation workforce.
AOTMP ® awards Taqtile, a leader in augmented reality (AR)-based work-instruction solutions for deskless employees, as the “Hottest New IT Solution” in its 2022 annual vendor awards and recognition ceremony.
Taqtile’s learning platform Manifest is used with Magic Leap’s AR headset to enable manufacturers to capture knowledge from operators, engineers and managers and then distill it into a set of augmented instructions.
Taqtile, a leader in AR-based work-instruction solutions for deskless employees, completes the Hangar 51 aviation accelerator program, demonstrating to International Airlines Group (IAG) members how the Manifest augmented reality (AR) work-instruction platform can benefit airline maintenance and repair operations.