Following a system failure at King County’s West Point Treatment Plant in Washington, US, which saw wastewater flow into Puget Sound, King County’s Wastewater Treatment Division sought help from Microsoft partner Taqtile.
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Taqtile has been selected for the Magic Leap Independent Creator Program designed to provide independent developers and creators with the financial, development and marketing support necessary to develop world-class experiences on the Magic Leap platform.
King County has been recognized for using Microsoft’s HoloLens mixed reality device to train operators at a wastewater treatment plant.
King County Information Technology has been named to the 2019 Digital Edge 50 Awards for its work with mixed reality goggles to train operators at the West Point Treatment Plant.
A number of Seattle companies are pushing the boundaries of virtual and augmented reality to the limit as global leaders turn to VR to innovate, educate and build new experiences.
Taqtile.com offers a "knowledge capture and reuse solution to support complex, step-by-step instructions required to install, maintain, or repair real-world equipment."